Genomes, Menomes, Wenomes: Neuroscience and Human Dignity

Genomes, Menomes, Wenomes: Neuroscience and Human Dignity

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by Robert W. Fuller
     
 

This is a new and revised edition of Robert W. Fuller's analysis of how our understanding of selfhood affects our sense of individuality, our interpersonal relationships, and our politics.

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This is a new and revised edition of Robert W. Fuller's analysis of how our understanding of selfhood affects our sense of individuality, our interpersonal relationships, and our politics.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044630918
Publisher:
Robert W. Fuller
Publication date:
07/03/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
85,608
File size:
209 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Robert W. Fuller earned his Ph.D. in physics at Princeton University and taught at Columbia, where he co-authored Mathematics of Classical and Quantum Physics. After serving as president of Oberlin College, he became a “citizen diplomat,” working toward improving international relations during the Cold War. During the 1990s, he served as board chair of the non-profit global corporation Internews and promoted democracy via free and independent media.When the Cold War ended with the collapse of the USSR, Fuller reflected on his career and realized that he had been, at different times in his life, a somebody and a nobody. His periodic sojourns into “Nobodyland” led him to identify rankism—abuse of the power inherent in rank—and ultimately to write Somebodies and Nobodies: Overcoming the Abuse of Rank. Three years later, he published a sequel that focuses on building a “dignitarian society” titled All Rise: Somebodies, Nobodies, and the Politics of Dignity. With co-author Pamela Gerloff, he has also published Dignity for All: How to Create a World Without Rankism. His most recent books are Religion and Science: A Beautiful Friendship?, From Genome to Wenome: The Key to Universal Dignity, and The Rowan Tree: A Novel.

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Genomes, Menomes, Wenomes: Neuroscience and Human Dignity 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous 9 months ago
This book is great for both atheist and theist who are looking for an intro into consciousness and how it is connect to the mind and body.