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Book details
  • Genre:PHILOSOPHY
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:200
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781098324001

Unfolding Nature

Being in the Implicate Order

by James A. Heffernan

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Overview
Unfolding Nature: Being in the Implicate Order, is a journey through the scientific and philosophical strands of a realm that transcends our everyday awareness, yet paradoxically gives rise to it at the same time. The implicate order, as a hypothesis, resolves many difficulties: discontinuous movement in the quantum realm; the famous and vexing wave-particle duality; nonlocality as a coherent phenomenon; it gives us a general architecture of matter, and how it is tied to mind; explains biological phenomena in ways that modern evolutionary theory struggles with; overthrows the whole paradigm of mechanism; and finds a fundamental place for consciousness as a real, objective and necessary feature of reality. Weaving through these and many other phenomena, James A. Heffernan takes us on a tour of the very deepest layers and the very farthest reaches of our reality. Once your eyes open, they will never close again.
Description
Unfolding Nature: Being in the Implicate Order, is a journey through the scientific and philosophical strands of a realm that transcends our everyday awareness, yet paradoxically gives rise to it at the same time. The implicate order, as a hypothesis, resolves many difficulties: discontinuous movement in the quantum realm; the famous and vexing wave-particle duality; nonlocality as a coherent phenomenon; it gives us a general architecture of matter, and how it is tied to mind; explains biological phenomena in ways that modern evolutionary theory struggles with; overthrows the whole paradigm of mechanism; and finds a fundamental place for consciousness as a real, objective and necessary feature of reality. Weaving through these and many other phenomena, James A. Heffernan takes us on a tour of the very deepest layers and the very farthest reaches of our reality. Once your eyes open, they will never close again.
About the author
James A. "Jimmy" Heffernan is a published author, having previously released The Reality of Hunter-Gatherers, Nonlocal Nature: The Eight Circuits of Consciousness, and Many Worlds: A Collection of Poems. He is a graduate of the University of Utah, where he studied physics and anthropology. He has long been interested in the mental aspects of the natural world, eschewing the popular notion that nature is a series of random accidents. He hopes his readers may, if they haven't already, come to embrace orders of nature beyond the established and mundane, and learn to appreciate and celebrate the vibrant nature of the infinite existence all around, and inside of, us.
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