|Subcategory:||Essays & Commentary|
|Publisher:||HarperCollins Publishers; 1St Edition edition (October 24, 2005)|
|Category:||Math and Science|
|Other formats:||docx mobi mbr lit|
Theatre of the Mind book. Jay Ingram, renowned science broadcaster and bestselling author,takes us on his most challenging and controversial journey yet-a look at thestate of consciousness.
Theatre of the Mind book. Mixing science, philosophy, history and pop culture,Ingram transforms grey matter into a brilliantly hued, completely ation of what’s really going on in our conscious and unconscious minds.
by Jay Ingram First published January 1st 2010. Theatre of the Mind (Paperback). Published September 7th 2006 by HarperCollins Publishers. Paperback, 304 pages. Author(s): Jay Ingram.
Author Jay Ingram, co-host and producer of the Discovery Channel's award-winning Daily Planet, gives us popular science at its best, ushering us into the Theatre of the Mind for a fascinating look at how we think and how various cultures consider consciousness.
Ingram, Jay. Published: Toronto : HarperCollins, c2005. Subjects: Consciousness. To request items from any of the libraries above, contact your local library. The availiability of items requested from other libraries may depend on the policies of the other libraries.
In "Theatre of the Mind: Raising the Curtain on Consciousness" he's devoted each chapter to examining an important topic in the area of consciousness and the mind-body connection. Writing for everyday people, he brings together the neuroscientific, philosophical, and just plain interesting facets of that topic, to explore what's currently known and where things might be heading.
In THEATRE OF THE MIND Jay Ingram, whose past scientific investigations include the properties of honey on toast and the complexities of the barmaid's brain, tackles one of the most controversial of subjects: consciousness.
Critical Praise for Theatre of the Mind. Nothing's hotter these days than consciousness studies-and there's no better guide to the field's mysteries than Jay Ingram. With his trademark clarity and wit, Ingram takes us on a fascinating journey though the inner workings of the human mind, a rollercoaster of exploration and discovery. Not only will you enjoy this book, after reading it you'll understand why you enjoyed it-why you have any inner life at all. Highly recommended.
Ingram's latest book is a mind-bending experience, a cerebral, stylish ride . Jay Ingram, host of Daily Planet, writes in an easy-to-read and engrossing tone. Theatre of the Mind: Raising the Curtain on Consciousness Jay Ingram Esikatselu ei käytettävissä - 2005
Jay Ingram, host of Daily Planet, writes in an easy-to-read and engrossing tone. He takes all those seemingly esoteric scientific studies and distills them to their essences - who said what, which. Theatre of the Mind: Raising the Curtain on Consciousness Jay Ingram Esikatselu ei käytettävissä - 2005. Theatre of the Mind Jay Ingram Esikatselu ei käytettävissä - 2010. Yleiset termit ja lausekkeet.
raising the curtain on consciousness. 1st pbk. ed. by Jay Ingram. Published 2006 by Harper Perennial in Toronto.
Can we be conscious of our consciousness? What doesconsciousness feel like? Is it really a stream of steadily flowing thoughts,images and feelings, or something else altogether? What happens in those lapsesduring highway driving, in which you have no memory of the last 10 kilometres?How is it that most of what goes on in our brains is actually unconscious?And, in the end, do we even need our brain?
Jay Ingram, renowned science broadcaster and bestselling author,takes us on his most challenging and controversial journey yet—a look at thestate of consciousness. Mixing science, philosophy, history and pop culture,Ingram transforms grey matter into a brilliantly hued, completely understandableexploration of what’s really going on in our conscious and unconscious minds.