Solutions to the Mystery of ConsciousnessBy Tapan Das
Ask someone to define consciousness, and you’ll get a myriad of similar-sounding answers, including the awareness of one’s own existence, sensations, thoughts, surroundings, and so on.
But what is it really?
That question has stumped philosophers of every religion and culture since the beginning of mankind, but Tapan Das, Ph.D., reveals the answer in this groundbreaking book on the nature of consciousness.
He begins by examining the two scientific views of consciousness: monistic and dualistic. The monistic view says that the brain does all the functions, and as such, there is nothing called consciousness. The dualistic view says that the brain and consciousness are two separate things. Through extensive research and analysis, Das has found that the frequency of brain waves depends on the alertness of the mind that is, the level of consciousness. Therefore, consciousness is a function of brain wave frequency.
Whether you’re a cognitive scientist, psychologist, neuropsychologist, neuroscientist, philosopher, or just someone interested in knowing more about humanity, you’ll enjoy discovering Solutions to the Mystery of Consciousness.
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