A thesis about the influence of quantum phenomenology on the behavior of nature and humanity utilizing the concept of quantum physics, social neuroscience, and philosophy. Its inferences give postmodern responses to the transcendental motif: “What am I, who am I and where am I going?”
With each chapter, the concept of reality is gradually transformed, mutating from a simple acquisition of information into a greater interest to understand the environment in which a person belongs. Furthermore, The Human Theorem articulates the role of the Mind broadens worldviews and opens questions that few consider, and satisfying others that already trouble many.
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The Human Theorem
It explains in very clear terms and utilizing "sequential logic" (to quote the author), the meaning of life. Describing an universal reality that enhances our perspective to finally surmount the understanding of who we are.