Evolution in the Double Stream of Time - An inner Morphology of Organic Thought (2nd edition)

Stuttgart: Akanthos Academy (2023)
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This book shows that in the naturalistic and Darwinian explanation of life and its evolution, a decisive factor is overlooked, namely the human, knowing mind. The questions about life and its evolution can be answered if consciousness is taken into account not as a spectator, but as an integral part of reality. In the first-person-perception of cognition, the forces and laws of organic development can be observed and explored. It becomes apparent that evolution was not a random event, but the organic overall process of the becoming of man.

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Christoph J. Hueck
Akanthos Academy Stuttgart


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