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Through 'symphonic prose', the Author seeks to reunite the separate halves of understanding; the right brain's intuitive grasp, supported by the left brain's need for rational certainty.
The two companions, Reason and Soul take the reader on a light-hearted poetic journey through creation's evolution and its legacy:memory. Memory's recovery is traced through the intuitions of scientific genius: from pre-Socratic Greece through the epochs of Western thought to the dissolution of Modernism, where mind and matter re-approach their recovered and essential unity.
Adding involution to evolution is adding yeast to flour; it bakes a lighter loaf. Saints and scientists break the same bread. This work restores Man to his origins, his deeper self.