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Riassunto: The book presents a revolutionary theory about the surrounding world, the meaning of existence and the how the wheel of life turns. The Cogital Particles theory is systematically supported with arguments from different areas (physics, psychology, philosophy, theology). Due to this fact the book doesn t refer to e certain scientific filed or category. The thesis that matter doesn't exist, but is a hologram, a product of the interaction between waves may appear strange. The common idea is that matter exists and that is the reason we can see it. However, it turns out just the opposite things do exist only and when we observe them. This and many other paradoxes of the logical thought are part of the topics referred to in the book. The aim is while reading to try 'to get out' of the standard scheme and 'see' things from a different quanto-theological and philosophic point of view. Those who won't read the book will not have to bother themselves with such arguments. This is a hypothesis laid out on historical and theological facts, scientific facts, philosophic arguments and psychological conclusions. The theory proves that death does not exist. It is pointless to fear it. We are part of the whole and the whole is inside us. And all this being in a constant circle of knowledge and emotion. The circle explains 'the unexplainable' examples of reincarnation. In the process of reasoning, the hypothesis answers the question of the meaning of our existence. Why are we what we are? Why do we exist and what is the purpose of the fact that we are emotional cogital creatures between millions of other such.

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Editore: Fenix (2009)
ISBN 10: 0615387713 ISBN 13: 9780615387710
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Descrizione libro Fenix, 2009. Paperback. Condizione libro: Brand New. first edition. 216 pages. 7.80x5.00x0.80 inches. In Stock. Codice libro della libreria 0615387713

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