The New Science of Consciousness: Exploring the Complexity of Brain, Mind, and Self
During the time of Sigmond Freud brain function was only thought of in many simplistic terms. Today, a substantial dynamic exists to encompass a much deeper and more thorough understanding of how the complex working processes work. Paul L. Nunez explains these deeper processes in a comprehensible manner in his new book The New Science of Consciousness. The book explains the complexity of brain, mind, and self. It also examines the research on brain function and the meaning of reality, aiming for a new science of what it means to be conscious.
The author explores much of the discussion that includes states of mind, signatures of consciousness, rhythms of the brain, synchrony, and coherence and resonance, and it’s all sorted out in networks of the brain. Nunez has opened up a new spectrum of examination. This view of largely unexplored body regions gives new hope to understanding the nature of the human mind.
Paul Nunez is a professor at Tulane University. He’s authored several books, showing special interest in reality. The book is chock full of scientific exploration that is easy for the reader to grasp.
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|Author||Paul L. Nunez|
|Page Count||350 pages|
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|Category||Science & Nature|