The New Paradigm in Business, Leadership and Career
These book reviews were written between 2005 and 2014, the result of an effort for making a contribution not only to academia, but more so, to college students around the world who wish to be informed about books that cover the exciting adventure of the paradigm changes in business, science and society that we are currently living through.
Invariably, as students, scientists, doctors, consultants, lawyers, business executives or government officials, we face problems today that are so complex, entangled and novel that they cannot possibly be solved on the basis of our old paradigm, and our old way of thinking. As Albert Einstein said, we cannot solve a problem on the same level of thought that created it in the first place—hence the need for changing our view of looking at things, the world, and our personal and collective predicaments.
17 books of the following authors have been reviewed in this volume: Laurence G. Boldt, Tom Butler-Bowden, Edward de Bono, James Borg, Stephen R. Covey, Napoleon Hill, Donald G. Krause, and Sergio Zyman.
The New Paradigm in Consciousness and Spirituality
34 books of the following authors have been reviewed in this volume: Jeremiah Abrams (Ed.), Joseph Campbell, Deepak Chopra, Mircea Eliade, Walter Y. Evens-Wentz, Jonathan Goldman, Stanislav Grof, J. Krishnamurti, Charles W. Leadbeater, Timothy Leary, Alexander Lowen, Terence McKenna, Ralph Metzner, Thomas Moore, Jeremy Narby, Michael Newton, Hal & Sidra Stone, Dora van Gelder, and Alberto Villoldo.
The New Paradigm in Science and Systems Theory
34 books of the following authors have been reviewed in this volume: Victor H. Anderson, Fritjof Capra, Russell DiCarlo (Ed.), Donna Eden, Riane Eisler, Masaru Emoto, Richard Gerber, Amit Goswami, Valery Hunt, Shafica Karagulla, Georges Lakhovsky, Ervin Laszlo, Lynne McTaggart, Michel Odent, Candace B. Pert, Dean Radin, Otto Carl Simonton, Rick Strassman, Michael Talbot, and Vidette Todaro-Franceschi .
The volume closes with an extensive review and critique of the well-known movie ‘What the Bleep Do We Know!?’ which is to be considered as a credible testimony for the fact that the quantum field, unified field, zero point field or quantum vacuum now has been finally recognized by modern science within the framework of quantum physics and string theory.