The Universal Mind Hypothesis

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So, what is consciousness? Young was blind in half of his visual field when he appeared on NOVA(PBS). But if you threw him a ball from the blind side, he would catch it without knowing what he did. He had blindsight. His brain knew something that he did not. When one's brain acts on its own without the person knowing it, we have a p-zombie. This book is about why we aren't unconscious automatons. More
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Published by KL Books
Published: Aug. 16, 2010
Words: 55,700
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452496788
About Kar Lee

Kar Lee received his Ph.D. in physics from the University of Washington. After a two-year post-doctoral research appointment in a national accelerator laboratory in Virginia, he left the world of fundamental physics research for industry. Since then, he has been in various technical, managerial, and consulting positions in technology and product development. Science and philosophy, particularly that of the mind, are his life long passions.

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Review by: Desertphile on April 15, 2014 : star
The writer made up new (and private) definitions for words already in use, then based irrational arguments on the new definitions. Skip this pamphlet.
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Review by: Qhaddafy on June 13, 2012 : star star star star star
'This is not your typical zombie book', wrote the author in the Preface. So I'm probably on the wrong book. It talked about soul, from philosopher's perspective, with a bit of a science. Oh, and Star Trek and The Matrix. I'm not an expert in any of those fields, philosophy, science, or movies, just a regular Joe on the wrong book.

However, I like it! It seriously confusing at times, what with the science and philosophy things, oh... and movies, but it was written with humour. Again, being not an Expert, I might be laughing at the wrong time. Probably won't be changing anyone side's anytime soon, but it's definitely much more interesting to read, compared to the emotionless scientific journal (ha! like I would ever read one), or the offensive, war-like essays. And don't let its pathetic cover discourage you!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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