Download embryogenesis species gender and identity in pdf or read embryogenesis species gender and identity in pdf online books in PDF, EPUB and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get embryogenesis species gender and identity in pdf book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.



Embryogenesis

Author: Richard Grossinger
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 1583948171
Size: 38.19 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
View: 6490
Download and Read
Embryogenesis is an unusual book in that it brings together a highly illustrated, practical embryology book in simple language, perfect for health practitioners, with a fascinating read on the history and philosophy of biological science. It discusses the various stages of embryonic development (meiosis, fertilization, blastula development, and gastrulation, and then the embryology of each of the human organs and organ systems in detail). It puts each of them in context, both in terms of its phylogeny: the evolutionary trajectory of cell-organized systems on Earth, and its ontogeny: the formation of individual organisms in the modern world. There are 24 color plates, many of them commissioned uniquely for this volume, and several hundred black and white illustrations. The book is 950 pages hardcover, 8-1/2 by 10.Chapters include: The Original Earth; The Materials of Life; The First Beings; The Cell; The Genetic Code; Sperm and Egg; Fertilization; The Blastula; Gastrulation; Morphogenesis; Biological Fields; Chaos, Fractals, and Deep Structure; Ontogeny and Phylogeny; and Biotechnology. The Origin of the Nervous System; The Evolution of Intelligence; Neurulation and the Human Brain; Organogenesis; The Musculoskeletal and Hematopoietic Systems; Mind; The Origin of Sexuality and Gender. Healing; Transsexuality, Intersexuality, and the Cultural Basis of Gender; Self and Desire; Cosmogenesis and Mortality

Patentschutz F R Menschliche Stammzellen

Author: Andreas Ruster
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck
ISBN: 9783161543043
Size: 69.34 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
View: 1653
Download and Read
Andreas Ruster discusses and compares the patentability of human stem cells in Europe and the United States, taking into account the legal implications of both ethical and economic aspects. The analysis culminates in a proposal to integrate patent law, ethics and economics.

Planet Medicine

Author: Richard Grossinger
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 1556433697
Size: 30.88 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
View: 271
Download and Read
Planet Medicine is a major work by an anthropologist who looks at medicine in a broad context. In this edition, additions to this classic text include a section on Reiki, a comparison of types of palpation used in healing, updates on craniosacral therapy, and a means of understanding how different alternative medicines actually work. Illustrated throughout, this is the standard on the history, philosophy, and anthropology of this subject.

Embryos Galaxies And Sentient Beings

Author: Richard Grossinger
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 1583946985
Size: 10.80 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
View: 5221
Download and Read
Why is the universe conscious? What kindles mind inside matter? Why do fundamentalist sciences and religions never ask these questions? This sequel to Embryogenesis deals with the theoretical issues brought up by Embryogenesis, including: the relationship between thermodynamics/entropy and the emergence of life; a speculative set of embryogenic principles for all creatures on all planets in the cosmos; an explanation and critique of Intelligent Design and a proposal for a more dynamic psychospiritual theory of creature development; a series of alternatives to genetic determinism; a discussion of the relationship between consciousness and matter; an interjection of 9/11 (which occurred during the writing of this book); and many other topics. Chapters include: What is Life?: Evolution, Thermodynamics, and Complexity; Is There a Plan?: Creationism, Cultural Relativism, and Paraphysics; Biogenesis and Cosmogenesis: Cells, Genes, and Planets; The Principles of Biological Design: Physical Forces in Nature; The Dynamics of the Biosphere: Deep Time and Space; The Limits of Genetic Determinism: Dimensionless Epigenetic Landscapes; Topokinesis: Physical Forces in Development; Tissue Motifs and Body Plans: Coordinating Form; The Primordial Field: Metabiology and The Molecular Apparatus; Meaning and Destiny: The Relation of Consciousness to Matter

Dark Pool Of Light Volume Two

Author: Richard Grossinger
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 1583945083
Size: 77.93 MB
Format: PDF
View: 830
Download and Read
In books like Embyogenesis and Embryos, Galaxies, and Sentient Beings, author Richard Grossinger brought together the subjects of biological embryology and the esoteric process of human consciousness becoming embodied ("The embryo is the universe writing itself on its own body"). In Dark Pool of Light, his three-volume series of books discussing the nature of reality and consciousness, Grossinger weaves neuroscience-based behaviorism and the phenomenology of "being" and reality together with psychological and psychospiritual views of "that single thing which is most difficult to understand or vindicate: our own existence." In Volume 1, Grossinger begins with the scientific and philosophical, analytical views of reality; the subtitle of that volume is The Neuroscience, Evolution, and Ontology of Consciousness. In Volume 2, Consciousness in Psychospiritual and Psychic Ranges, he examines psychic sensitivity and planes of existence from diverse experiential perspectives, including theosophy and Buddhism. In 2008, Grossinger began studying with noted psychic teacher John Friedlander, who helped him refine his vision of cerebral and somatic awareness to still-subtler levels. "Dark Pool of Light began unnamed in the journals of my psychic work with John Friedlander," says Grossinger, "not so much a record of actual practices as insights from them and extensions out of them." An expansive inquiry into the nature of consciousness, this volume includes these "field notes" and observations from Grossinger's studies in the imaginal psychic realm, as well as exercises to invite the reader to experience these dimensions for themselves.

The Bardo Of Waking Life

Author: Richard Grossinger
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 1583944060
Size: 46.36 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
View: 5578
Download and Read
An avant garde set of improvisational essays, Richard Grossinger’s The Bardo of Waking Life is a meditation on the Tibetan Buddhist bardo realm which, in popular culture, is viewed as the bridge between lives, the state people enter after death and before rebirth. This book examines waking life and its history and language as if it were a bardo state rather than ultimate reality, and thus seeks a context for life (and dreams), even as it addresses more "mundane issues" including genetic theory, the war in Iraq and George W. Bush's presidency, North Korea, advertising, global warming, Prison Industrial Culture, childhood trauma, even country western music. Written with playfulness and precision, Bardo takes a new, probing approach to all the important questions of creation, destruction, and existence. In these intellectual field notes, Grossinger proves thematically fearless as he crosses quantum mechanics with totemic hexes and draws transcendental insight from the ephemeral space-time we call daily life. If, as Tibetan cosmology holds true, all conditional realms are bardos, then the state we all share is nothing less than the bardo of waking life. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Embryogenesis In Myth And Science

Author: Thomas J. Weihs
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780863156717
Size: 47.46 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
View: 3195
Download and Read
Embryology has evolved from myth in early cultures, who knew little about the details of conception and pregnancy, to the height of modern scientific knowledge. Thomas Weihs argues persuasively that new scientific understanding of embryology could engender a new mythology, and that, in fact, science and myth are complementary aspects of the study of new life.He explores the correspondence between the creation story in Genesis, and other creation myths, with the development of the human embryo, and also discusses how the intuitive heart-felt values we associate with pregnancy and birth can be reconciled with the science of our age.

Migraine Auras

Author: Richard Grossinger
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 1583947019
Size: 51.35 MB
Format: PDF
View: 2862
Download and Read
Migraine headaches are familiar and generally treatable ailments. Less understood are migraine auras or scotoma, visual distortions—sometimes accompanied by headache and sometimes not—that make it difficult, sometimes impossible, to see clearly. Migraine auras can be frightening, disorienting, even incapacitating. Richard Grossinger, who has suffered from them himself, here presents a helpful guide to the subject that maps the terrain, describes the various forms migraine auras can take, charts his personal experiences with them, and offers informed suggestions for homeopathic and other treatments.

Planetary Mysteries

Author: Richard Grossinger
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 9780938190905
Size: 12.60 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
View: 4372
Download and Read
Planetary Mysteries is a compilation of essays, fiction and non-fiction, meant to explore megaliths, glaciers, the face on Mars, and Aboriginal dreamtime, among other things. Contributors include: Richard Hoagland, Jeff Greenwald, Richard Grossinger, Normandi Ellis, John Brandi, Rob Brezny (the author of Pronoia), Gary David, and Richard Silberg.