Brighton releases "Triune Brain, Triune Mind, Triune Worldview" from W. R. Klemm Ph.D
"This stimulating, provocative, and enlightening book gives a very positive view of the relation of neuroscience to religion and the need for a revitalized approach to religious thought."
It is currently available from multiple eBook vendors, with the print version scheduled for release in mid 2019. Both formats will be available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other leading retailers nationwide. The print version will be distributed through Ingram, the world's largest wholesale book distributor, in addition to being available worldwide through the Xerox Espresso Book Machine network.
Synopsis: Are you concerned, conflicted, and confused about your life's meaning and purpose? Have you examined how you address the existential issues of the alternatives in religious beliefs and doctrines?
This book explores a trinity of perspectives, based on the intimate interface of a Triune Brain (an oversimplified view of our evolved reptile brain, primitive mammalian brain, and newly evolved primate brain), the Triune Mind (consisting of conscious, unconscious, nonconscious processes), and a Triune Worldview, (where neuroscience, mental health, and religion overlap and mutually inform each other). The eternal human quest for a happy and fulfilled life can now enter a new phase as we create new understandings from the interactions of neuroscience, mental health, and religion.
This book will encourage and help you think and feel anew in a mentally healthy way in your pursuit of wholeness, fulfillment, and happiness.
"This stimulating, provocative, and enlightening book gives a very positive view of the relation of neuroscience to religion and the need for a revitalized approach to religious thought." Keith Ward, Regius Professor of Divinity Emeritus, Oxford University.
Though officially retired from Texas A&M University as an Emeritus Professor of Neuroscience, Dr. Klemm continues scholarship and teaching at Texas A&M. He is a Texas A&M and Sigma Xi "Distinguished Scientist," a Distinguished Alumnus of Auburn University, and is listed in 19 biographical publications, including Marquis' Who's Who in America and Who's Who in the World. He is a widely published researcher and can write and speak with authority about brain and behavior. He has published 21 books, many of them for lay audiences. He is a writer for Psychology Today and for his local newspaper. He posts on two blogs (with approximately three million reader views).