The book is in seven parts. In the first three the author explains the ambiguous relationship between science and the paranormal. From the fourth part, the book explains the paranormal, the author taking the holographic principle which became the spearhead of theoretical physics. The work will appeal to those who share his ideas on non-locality, the Pauli exclusion principle and the EPR experiment. It puts extra-sensory perceptions and brain function at the intersection of philosophy, quantum physics, and neuroscience. Jean-Paul Thnot is a doctor in clinical psychology fascinated by the art, sociology and science.
Editions Rocher, 2004. Softback, 595 pages incl index. Text in French. Out of print, collectable work.
Condition: This copy is in VG condition.