Circles, Myth and Imagination

Ten Connected Essays in Post Naive Realism

Post naive realism acknowledges the full implications of the most profound statement of modern neuroscience: that the world we experience is a construct created by the principle of the brain, the same principle that creates our experience of self. Circles, Myth and Imagination is a series of ten connected short essays in post-naive realism, explored through ancient myth, musical science, quantum physics, brain science, the renaissance musician and philosopher Marsilio Ficino, and William Blake.

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