Parmenides was the first philosopher and the first poet of physics. Parmenides Books are cross-overs between science and poetry, body and mind, physics and neuroscience.
The first Parmenides Book is by Seán Haldane, poet and neuroscientist, who has worked as a consultant neuropsychologist in health services in Canada and the UK, most recently in London where he also lectured on NHS psychology and psychiatry training courses and has been an expert witness in court cases.
Future books will include Pulsation - a New Definition of Life, by Seán Haldane, and Neurodynamic Psychotherapy by Jose Ignacio Xavier, a consultant psychiatrist and writer based in Rio de Janeiro.
Forthcoming in 2013 from Parmenides Books, by Seán Haldane:
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As I read Parmenides, he does not claim that change does not exist. He states the paradox that it cannot logically exist yet it appears to exist. This kind of paradox is the stuff of poetry. Since the arrival of quantum physics it is the stuff of physics too.[small_clear][button link="http://parmenidesbooks.ie/index.php/shop/time-no-time/" color="grey" size="medium" target="_self"]More info and how to order[/button][/threefourths_last]
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The Parmenides Books logo is from the I Ching, character 61, Wind over Lake.