Issue 22, October
This issue commences with a thought-provoking contribution by Kim McCaul, a researcher of the application of the conscientiological approach and the consciential paradigm in cross-cultural contexts. In his paper, McCaul examines the consciential paradigm and addresses how it may be employed in anthropology research.
Following this article is Luis Minero’s presentation of a proposed system for the qualitative and quantitative assessment of life experiences in terms of their opportunity for evolution. Minero also hypothesizes how individuals who become able to combine their acquired learning from diverse life experiences would develop.
Alexandre Pereira explores how projectiology, or more specifically exoprojectiology, is linked to and could potentially contribute to the research of the cosmos, outlining how it could be utilized as a tool to support the search for life on other planets.
Assistance outside the body is the theme of Paulo Presse’s account.
This issue includes three excellent reviews. The movies, Orphée and The Matrix (1 and 2) are comprehensively analysed by Michael Ross and Filipe Starling respectively whilst Dilson Amaral reviews the book Phantoms in the Brain, by Ramachandran, from the conscientiological perspective.