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Creative Evolution
A Physicist's Resolution Between Darwinism and Intelligent Design
Amit Goswami, PhD
ISBN: 9780835608589
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Quest Books
$26.95
6 x 9
344 pages
September 1, 2008


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"Professor Amit Goswami presents here a highly rational, objective, and persuasive counter argument to the old materialistic assumption about mind and matter being irrelevantly related with mind a mere epiphenomenon of matter. Goswami is not shy hereóhe posits a whole new way of thinking that could change both our mindsets about God, mind, and matter and the very nature of what we mean by a physical world as different from a spiritual world. This is an important work to consider regardless of how you feel about the subject." --Fred Alan Wolf, Ph.D, author of Mind into Matter, The Yoga of Time Travel, and many other books

"Goswami ranges far, wide, and deep." --Rupert Sheldrake, co-author of The Evolutionary Mind
By denying evolution altogether, says quantum physicist Amit Goswami, intelligent design believers fly in the face of scientific data. But the idea of intelligent design does contain substance that neo-Darwinists cannot ignore. Goswami posits that consciousness, not matter, is the primary force in the universe. Biology must come to terms with feeling, meaning, and the purposefulness of life, as well as with the idea of a designer. Whatís more, reconciling the question of lifeís purposefulness and the existence of the designer with neo-Darwinism also answers many other difficult questions. The result is a paradigm shift for biology and the vision of a coherent whole that Goswami calls "science within consciousness." In this timely, important book, the author offers clear arguments supported by the findings of quantum physics that represent a major step in resolving controversies between science and religion.

Amit Goswami, PhD, is a theoretical nuclear physicist. He received his PhD in physics from Calcutta University in 1964 and is a former member of the University of Oregonís Institute of Theoretical Science. He is best known for his appearance as one of the interviewed scientists featured in the 2004 film What the Bleep Do We Know!?.
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