ROANOKE RAPIDS, N.C.
Feb. 1, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Frank Elbert Davis, III discusses the "greater consciousness" that is Truth in his eye-opening book,
The Nature of Science Today - Denial of THE Truth "Forms" as Reality
. He cites "splits" in the works of
that lead to understanding as to why they did not achieve their goals of "structural development of personality" and the "unified field."
This book focuses upon "the greater consciousness" of persons who have as their "Ideal self" "the will to truthfulness" and correlates that will with Christian men (and women) as opposed to "Natural Man," whose will is determined by some other, probably unconscious "Ideal self."
A great failure scientists have committed today is their failure to "be truthful" or to will the identity of science to be that of truth "forms." Only through the will to have true verbal and mathematical descriptions of reality will we be able to achieve the "greater consciousness" of the "unified field."
The author labels false fantasies as false superegos, and labels true beliefs as true superego identities, or true Freudian "identifications." He rejects the loss of boundary between the person and the ego, in current psychoanalysis, and the particles of mass and energy, in current physics. This matter of "the greater consciousness," of truthfulness, when accomplished, provides the "unified field" as a factual or objective interpretation of reality based upon truth "forms" or real "identifications."
This book is available online and can be purchased at
About the Author
Frank Elbert Davis, III, M.D., FACS, lives in
Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina
. He attended U.N.C. 1965-1973, receiving his A.B. (in Chemistry) and
was an intern at the Hospital of the
University of Pennsylvania
and resident at the
Eastern Virginia School of Medicine
, Norfolk, Virginia. Dr. Davis is also the author of
What's Your (Analyst's) Diagnosis? Truth (or Fantasy)? An Essay on Human Perception
The Nature of Science Today - Denial of THE Truth "Forms" as Reality by Dr.
Frank Elbert Davis
, III Publication Date:
, 2011 Price:
; 692 pages; ISBN: 978-1434909626
To request a complimentary paperback review copy, you may contact
by phone at (877) 207-1679 or by email at
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