The Biological Misconception
By Dick Mesland

How do we perceive the events that occur around us and how do we come to the conclusion about what we see? Is it a resulting projection or image of a completely unknown metaphysical reality or our conscious willing to see what we expect to see? 

Dr. Mesland examines this question, and much more, through a sequence of nine dialogues between fictitious characters to reach logical conclusions about the nature of observation and how those observations are translated into our consciousness. His vision appears to be a modern version of Kant’s insights, combined with the all important role of will from Schopenhauer. 

Moreover, Mesland’s absorbing novel blends Gnostic manuscripts with implicit meanings that corroborate the conclusions of his characters. Discover why the world behind our observations is a conscious reality, and yet completely inaccessible to our scientific inquiries.

About the Author

Dr. Dick Mesland is a retired cell biologist.  Dr. Mesland has worked for the European Space Agency as a project scientist for Spacelab missions, the Eureka microgravity platform and Soviet unmanned recoverable satellites, and as a systems programmer for IBM.  Dr. Mesland has published a book, Bewustzijn; de metafysische ruimte, Eburon, Delft in 2002.  He has two daughters, three grandchildren and lives with his wife near Amsterdam, The Netherlands.



Hard Cover - 6x9 - 160 pages - $23.50

 ISBN: 978-1-60693-703-7

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