Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Math and Epistemology Chapter 3 Metaphysics Chapter 4 Physis Chapter 5 On Health and the Holy Chapter 6 Paradox Chapter 7 On the Creation of Complexity in the Universe Chapter 8 A Fractal Model for Emergence in the Universe to the Metahuman Chapter 9 Bibliography Chapter 10 Index Chapter 11 About the Author
Troy Camplin, earned a Ph.D. in the Humanities from University of Texas at Dallas, a M.A. in English from the University of Southern Mississippi, and a B.A. in recombinant gene technology from Western Kentucky University. He lives in Richardson, Texas.
Diaphysics is an insightful synthesis by an original thinker.
Creative and provocative, it affords an integrated perspective on
the nature of matter, man, and mind. -- Lou Marinoff, Professor of
Philosophy, The City College of New York
Diaphysics is a stimulating book. Even if one does not agree with all the author's views, he/she must acknowledge that there are not many books as synthesizing as this. -- Herve Barreau, honorary director of research at CNRS and member of the Academie Internationale de Philosophie des Sciences (AIPS)
Camplin's bold and provocative reinterpretations of science are based on sound and clear understanding of cutting-edge research. A great scourge of the conventional wisdom, he is also a thinker with a remarkably hopeful and positive vision of the world. He is always exciting to read, because he enters into a dialog both with the world and with the reader. -- Frederick Turner, author of The Culture of Hope and Natural Religion