From Brain to Cosmos

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Universal Publishers, Jan 1, 2001 - Philosophy - 455 pages
This is a study of several enduring problems of philosophy from a refreshing new vantage point. The book shows that we can learn much about these problems - including the mind-brain puzzle, the reality of time, and the rational justification of religious belief - by trying to answer a single, thought-provoking question about the relationship between conscious beings and the world in which they live.

About the author (2001)

Sharlow is a chemical physicist by training. He has done extensive research in several areas of philosophy, and has published journal articles in metaphysics.

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