Our greatest certainty and greatest mystery is our mortality. In Dreams, Death, Rebirth, Dr. Rosen explores the profound mystery of death and rebirth from psychological, philosophical, and alchemical perspectives. To model, embody, and contain the paradoxical transformations involved in the death-rebirth enigma, Rosen employs a paradoxical form of mathematics―the topology of the Moebius strip and Klein bottle. As we follow his alchemical odyssey, the author makes himself transparent through his dreams and brings himself tangibly into his text so as to enact a dialectic of ego and Self.
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