This book synthesizes research in quantum physics, neuroscience, computers and biology to present a general framework of our modern understanding of knowledge. The details of this architecture are best understood in terms of cognitive categories. The book describes the relation of this understanding to the emerging science of consciousness. Since consciousness has been a central preoccupation of Indic thought, this work has implications for a proper understanding of Indic literature.
About the Author:
Subhash Kak (born March 26, 1947 in Srinagar, Kashmir) is an Indian American computer scientist, most notable for his controversial Ideological publications on history, the philosophy of science, ancient astronomy, and the history of mathematics.