Goodlands, Mauritius: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (2018)

Contzen Pereira
University of Mumbai (PhD)
This book is a compilation of the work done by the present author and mainly focuses on understanding the relationship between meta – science and religion in relation to consciousness. The author claims that the various ideas and hypothesis presented here are just an attempt to understand the meta-impressions of consciousness that exist around us.
Keywords consciousness  metaphysics  God  Religion
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