1st Edition: 2006
Author: Agustín García Calvo
Editorial: Lucina 176 pp.
The book’s foremost aim is to present a dis-covery or un-covering of how ‘things’ are and are not. This involves a counter-definition of ‘reality’ that avoids its confusion with ‘Nature’, ‘universe(s)’, ‘matter’, ‘object’, and includes its ‘ideas’ about itself, so discarding problems of ‘object/subject’, ‘(human observer/observables’ and the like. The present statement is partly inspired by many recent studies in Physics, of which a critical selection is also offered. Yet the main finding stems from a certain withdrawal of the need to uphold the truth of reality, of ‘things’ and ‘oneself’.
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