Spis treśi: Einstein and Zen


Acknowledgments ix
Foreword by Carlo Ricci, Ph.D xi

INTRODUCTION 1

1 TRANSCENDING LOCAL THOUGHT 13

  • Einstein Freed Himself 16
  • Physics and Awareness 21

2 OPEN INQUIRY, ORGANIZING, AND DETAILING 27

  • Openly Inquiring 30
  • Explorations of Consciousness 34
  • Imaginary Einstein-Lorentz Letters 39

3 INITIAL CONDITIONS 45

  • Tiptoeing around Consciousness 48

4 BEGINNINGS 53

  • Conditions for Noticing 55
  • The Farther Reaches of Thought 59

5 CONFLICTING IDEAS 63

  • Defining Complex Conceptions and Processes 68

6 ZEN 73

7 LEADERSHIP AND TRUST 83

  • Unlearning as a Condition for Open Learning 89

8 TWELVE STEM BEHAVIORS 95

  • When Precision May Waste Energy 97
  • Tactics for Using Mind Opening 102
  • About Mind Opening 103
  • Distinguishing Between Concepts and The Process by which Concepts are Related 105

9 GENERATING WONDER AND CURIOSITY 107

  • From Either/Or to Both/And 115
  • One Way To Begin Teaching Teachers  116
  • Another Way—Doane's Class 118

10 WANDERINGS OF A CALF 125

11 ZEN AND AN EINSTEINIAN MIND OPENER 131

  • Awareness 133
  • More on Zen 137
  • Discontinuities and Continuities: Stages of (nonstage) Zen  139
  • Insight Generation 142
  • Measuring with fMRI and EEG 143

12 WHAT CAN BE SAID (ABOUT WHAT CAN'T BE SAID) 145

  • Questions About Zen 146
  • Einstein's Transcending 152
  • Universal Silence = A Silent Universe 153

13 AN INQUIRER ASKS ABOUT WAYS OF THE WAY 157

  • Trained But Uneducated — Many Thats, Few Hows 158
  • The Wisdom of Self-Direction 160
  • Immeasurables 161
  • Trivial Learning 164
  • The Plague Of Presumptuous Educators 166
  • Physics, Beyond Physics, and "Now" 172
  • You are Your Own Oracle 177

14 WHOLE PARTS 185

  • Einsteinian Uncertainties 188
  • "Nothing" Is "In" (Or Out) 201

Appendix  215
Notes 219
References 231
Index 237

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