Relative Mind - Relative Matter
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New Ideas in Physics and Consciousness

References, Book List and Links

Links to My other websites

Then Other Philosophy Links
Articles on other Sites
Some Other Interests of Mine

All my psychology sites contain the two basic sets of articles on emotion and abreaction.

I have a site which has articles on the psycho-analytic experience, on method, and on the roots and patterns of identity. This site specialises in psycho-dynamic psychology. This is

The Subconscious Mind

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My oldest website contains articles on dynamic psychology from several of my other sites. It also contains a section on sexual themes, such as bonding, gender, symbolism and violence. The articles give a panoramic view of the usefulness of this kind of psychology for handling a wide range of difficult issues. This is :

The Strange World of  Emotion

There is an underscore ( _ ) between "ian" and "heath2".

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The site Discover Your Mind is my main site on dynamic psychology and idealism. It also contains the basic articles on emotion and abreaction. Here I extensively apply my ideas on the mind to an exploration of the emotional dynamics that underlie many fields of individual and social activities. This exploration often opens new avenues for understanding old problems. Most articles in this section range between sexuality, belief and ethics, aspects of identity, power, attitudes, relationships and idealism. At

Discover Your Mind

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I have a website that features analyses of various forms of madness, confusion, violence, creative illness, and psycho-somatic disorders. The unconscious ideas that produce such states of mind are explained. In the articles on this website I only consider the causes and effects of psychological conditions on people ; I do not consider any possible physiological or genetic causes.

The site is Patterns of Confusion, at

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Another site features just my ideas on emotion and abreaction. The three articles on emotion and the five articles on abreaction, which are on the psychology sites above, are split up into much smaller page sizes in order to make them easier to read and digest. Otherwise the content is the same.

The site is called World of  Emotion

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My site on general philosophy contains some traditional themes : the pursuit of truth, belief and morality, mind, semiology and sign systems, language, metaphysics, handling paradoxes (especially in atomic physics), and my view of relativity. Overall, the ideas explore meaning in life and the way that consciousness makes sense of reality. No ability in logical analysis is required - only a wide view of life is needed. Many of my ideas are original and reflect my understanding of the subconscious mind. Come and look at new ideas in philosophy. At

A Modern Thinker

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My site on modern spirituality describes some of the difficulties, crises and goals of spiritual development. It gives a psychological map for modern times, charting the landmarks on the spiritual journey. It presents new ideas on karma or human causation, explaining the difference between moral karma and psychological karma. It also explains the conflict that living a moral life produces, or why bad things happen to good people. The three levels of power, justice, and freedom are analysed, each of which produces its own kind of sorrow.

Patterns of Spirituality

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Other Philosophy Links

TPM Online, featuring the best in interactive philosophy, is one of the web sites of the international philosophy magazine, TPM: The Philosophers' Magazine. At

If you disagree with the standard presentation of scientific knowledge, then your academic and professional career may suffer. As an example, see the website on the physicist Louis Essen, who disagreed with relativity theory.

Common Sense Science provides physical models of atoms and elementary particles, within a perspective of realism and causality. It refutes the mathematical, non-realist, non-physical models of quantum physics with their associated inconsistencies. At

In the 1980s  I watched a television series on philosophy, which I thought was very good. It was hosted by Brian Magee and the format was a discussion between him and another prominent philosopher. Each week Magee invited a different philosopher. Now you can watch those programs on Youtube.
Go to
Type in the search box  brian magee philosophy. This will bring up a list of his talks. For example, Frederick Copleston talking about Schopenhauer begins at


The graphics buttons and button design I use on my Home page were made with DeKnop button manager, by Sam Franke. His site is at

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Bethell, Tom.
Questioning Einstein: Is Relativity Necessary?  Vales Lake Publishing, Pueblo West, Colorado, USA.
Notes on this book can be accessed via the article Some Interests of Mine.

Blofield, John.
The Tantric Mysticism of Tibet. Causeway Books, USA, 1974, or Allen and Unwin, 1970. [footnote, page 33 ].

Brunton, Paul.
---- The Hidden Teaching Beyond Yoga. Rider 1941.
On philosophical idealism, and the differences between philosophical thought and religious/mystical thought.
out of print.
---- The Notebooks of Paul Brunton. Larson Publications, USA.
A series of books.

Capra, Fritjof.
---- The Tao of Physics. 3rd edition. Flamingo, 1992.
---- Uncommon Wisdom. Flamingo, 1989.

Culler, Jonathan.
Saussure. Fontana Modern Masters, 1976.

Murti, T.R.V.
The Central Philosophy of Buddhism. Unwin Paperbacks 1987.
The reader needs to be familiar with Indian /Buddhist terminology.

Sturrock, John.
Structuralism. Paladin Grafton Books, 1986.

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Articles on other Sites

Paradigm and Ideology  is an article on the relations between paradigm, ideology and closed system thinking in science ; on my other philosophy website A Modern Thinker.

Great Books Index.
An index to online classic books in English translation. See article on Poincaré. He contrasted logic with intuition.

Some Other Interests of Mine

I am interested in some science topics where theories are either incomplete or controversial, and because I am not an expert in them, they usually feature the writings of other authors. The only topic where I add my own analysis is that of Darwinian evolution theory. I use my understanding of the mind to show that evolution of man from ape is simply not possible in the time period accepted by academia.

My interests, with some links to youtube videos, are listed on the page Some Science Interests of Mine.

This site was put on the web in Autumn 2002.

Copyright © 2002 Ian Heath
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London, UK

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