New Book Asks 'What is Man?'

New Book Asks 'What is Man?'

Khartoum, Sudan

After decades of research, author and scholar E. M. Elsheik presents his answers to the question, "What is man?" in his philosophical new book, "Discovery of the Life-Organizing Principle: In Search of the Fundamental Laws of Life" (published by iUniverse).

Since 1970, Elsheik has been searching - almost obsessively, he admits - to transform the abstract, philosophical ideas about the concept of life into a theory or hypothesis of quantum information fractal field biology.

After more than four decades of intense research, Elsheik has identified what he calls a "grand quantum biological revolution", a principle that seeks to unify physics and biology and considers why living systems self-organize, reproduce and evolve.

"Discovery of the Life-Organizing Principle" outlines this unified theory of life that seeks to explain biotic evolution and development. Elsheik's principle unifies physics and biology by extending the concept of matter, and reconciles biology with human sciences by extending Darwinism.

"Today's society is endangered by selfishness and violence," Elsheik says. "'Discovery of the Life-Organizing Principle' contributes to clarifying the essence of this problem and how to transcend it."

"Discovery of the Life-Organizing Principle"
By E. M. Elsheik
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 248 pages | ISBN 9781491727195
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 248 pages | ISBN 9781491727171
E-Book | ISBN 9781491727188
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