Power of Mathematical Thinking.
Author: Francis Keith Robins
The book “Power of Mathematical Thinking” seeks to solve the questions and mysteries about consciousness, a subject which has bedevilled philosophers and the like, by describing an objective way of thinking strategy. This is a philosophy which Robins adopted as a teenager when he recognised that we should not create a picture of reality i.e. creating perceptions, as the information on which it is based can be false. This was due to his hyperactive mind and hypersensitivity. Robins consciousness matches his subconsciousness. He thinks mathematically all the time by default. Robins presents a template which he invented to create a mathematical model for any system or experience.This book does not deal with complex mathematics or mathematics as we learnt it at school but shows how we can create a better life and world through mathematical thinking. It is about enhancing your thinking and life skills with mathematical prin-ciples.In “Power of Mathematical Thinking” we learn a new objective thinking strategy. The Author gives us plenty of examples which make a good reading like, “A mathematical model to help solve the homelessness problem”, “Thoughts during one day in a mathematical mind”, “Making a cup of tea”, “Obesity in children”, and many others. Very interesting is the section in his book called “Mathematical Thinking While Watching BBC TV”.”Power of Mathematical Thinking” should delight everyone who is interested in mathematics, consciousness, philosophy, science and self development.