Why is it that an appreciation of a Rembrandt painting cannot be explained on a neurological basis? It is because the material perspective does not encompass the whole of experience. This book explores the mind’s functions in terms of an active consciousness which is involved in the construction of perception and thought. It expands upon previous discussions of the dominant role of consciousness which were developed in The Immaterial Structure of Human Experience and The Limits of Reason.
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