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Embryogenesis completes an ethnographer's 22-year study of the origins and boundaries of the universe. Echoing Sheldon Nuland's How We Die, Sogyal Rinpoche's Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, and many other sources, this book makes the vital link between science and religion as it discusses the evolution of the species. Touching on everything from Darwin to Derrida, and with headings running the gamut from "Chaos and Zen" to "The Universal Cellular Mold," this tome is for the reader with a large appetite for bold, eccentric investigations and with the leisure to digest such eclectic fare.
"In this work Richard Grossinger has singlehandedly deconstructed and spiritualized embryogenesis."
--David Ulansey, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy and Religion, California Institute of Integral Studies