Knowing: Consciousness and the Universal Mind

Consciousness is the core of who we are. Without it, we’re an empty shell. Yet, as Stuart Sutherland (1989) notes, “Nothing worth reading has been written on it.” And David Chalmers (1996) declares it “the hard problem.” In this book, I introduce an entirely new explanation for consciousness, building on, and adding to, insights from the past. I think the hard problem can be solved. More

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About Ken Levi

I grew up in Boston, moved to Ann Arbor, where I received my Ph.D. in Sociology at the University of Michigan, then moved again to San Antonio, where I taught Sociology at the University of Texas. I am the author of five books: “Violence and Religious Commitment” (Penn State Press), about the suicide and murder of over 900 members of the People’s Temple Church in the Jonestown massacre; “Proving God Exists: Physics, Cosmology, and the Universal Mind,” about scientific proof for God’s existence; “The Moral Symmetry of Good and Evil,” about the scientific derivation of morality; "Knowing: Consciousness and the Universal Mind," a composite theory for solving the “hard problem” of consciousness; and "Mind of God," addressing the question, "Does the Universe think?" I have also published several articles on violence, crime, and delinquency, including "Becoming a Hit Man" (Sage Publications), which has since been cited in over 110 other books and articles.

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