I found this book to be a tightly reasoned, very readable and insightful discussion of Ultimate Reality. The concepts that the universe is in some sense conscious (panpsychism) and that consciousness (not matter) may be primary (idealism) are well presented. I also liked the discussion of the failings of contemporary materialism to explain many aspects of the universe. Books like this—that draw upon mathematics, physics, philosophy and theology— offer some hope that our civilization might rise to the challenge and perhaps overcome some of the issues that confront us.

Greg Matloff, Professor of Astronomy & Physics, City University of New York

H. Chris Ransford

Physicist and mathematician
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology | KIT · Institute of Physical Chemistry


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