Grossman, Neal – PhD.

Neal Grossman, PhD, is a recently retired associate professor of philosophy at the University of Illinois at Neal GrossmanChicago.

His interests have been far ranging, from the Philosophy of Science, especially quantum mechanics, to Spinoza, Plato, mysticism, and now, survival research.

His first book, The Spirit of Spinoza: Healing the Mind, is a readable presentation of Spinoza’s remarkable system of spiritual psychotherapy.

His second book, Conversations with Plato and Socrates, scheduled to appear early in 2019, describes a society that is in harmony with the timeless spiritual principles recently “discovered” through survival research.

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  • Grossman, Neal – PhD. Neal Grossman, PhD, is a recently retired associate professor of philosophy at the University of Illinois at Chicago. His interests have been far ranging, from the Philosophy of Science, especially quantum mechanics, to Spinoza, Plato, mysticism, and now, survival research. His first book, The Spirit of Spinoza: Healing the Mind, is a readable presentation of Spinoza’s remarkable ...
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