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" The reason why our sentient, percipient and thinking ego is met nowhere within our scientific world picture can easily be indicated in seven words: because it is itself that world picture. "
Transpersonal Psychologies
editado por - 1975 - 502 páginas
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What is Life?: With Mind and Matter and Autobiographical Sketches

Roger Schrodinger, Erwin Schrödinger - 1992 - 184 páginas
...sciences, for this barrier does not exist. CHAPTER 4 The Arithmetical Paradox: The Oneness of Mind The reason why our sentient, percipient and thinking ego is met nowhere within our scientific world picture can easily be indicated in seven words: because it is itself that...
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The Language of Change: Elements of Therapeutic Communication

Paul Watzlawick - 1993 - 172 páginas
...reference to this discourse was to be carefully avoided. [35, p. 1] And Schrodinger already explained: The reason why our sentient, percipient and thinking ego is met nowhere within our scientific world picture can easily be indicated in seven words: because it is itself that...
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Now, Time and Quantum Mechanics

Michel Bitbol, Eva Ruhnau - 1994 - 153 páginas
...content cannot be specified now. A related thought was developed by Schrodinger, speaking of the 'ego': The reason why our sentient, percipient and thinking ego is met nowhere within our scientific world picture can easily be indicated in seven words: because it is itself this...
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How Consciousness Commands Matter: The New Scientific Revolution

Larry Farwell - 1999 - 208 páginas
...(Schrodinger 1958/1985, 131) "The reason why our sentient, percipient ego is met nowhere within our scientific world picture can easily be indicated in seven words: because it is itself that world picture." (Schrodinger 1958/1985, 138) Schrodinger describes the "perennial philosophy" that holds consciousness...
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Transcendental Meditation in Criminal Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention

David Orme-Johnson, Rachel S. Goodman - 2003 - 395 páginas
...natural philosopher out of its own stuff (Schroedinger, 1958/1967, p.131). Schroedinger continued, "The reason why our sentient, percipient and thinking ego is met nowhere within our scientific world picture can easily be indicated in seven words: because it is itself that...
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THe Metaphysics of Dante's Comedy

Christian Moevs - 2005 - 320 páginas
...broken down as a result of recent experience in the physical sciences, for this barrier does not exist. The reason why our sentient, percipient, and thinking ego is met nowhere within our scientific world picture can easily be indicated in seven words: because it is itself that...
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Conscious Mind in the Physical World

E.J Squires - 1990 - 552 páginas
...whose name appears most in this book for a simple statement of this view, and for its justification: The reason why our sentient, percipient and thinking ego is met nowhere within our scientific world picture can easily be indicated in seven words: because it is itself that...
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