Readership: General readers, especially of
popular science, students and lecturers of philosophy who are interested in learning about quantum mechanics, relativity, computability, Godel's theorem, and cosmology.
Sir Roger Penrose, Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics, University of Oxford
"perhaps the most engaging and creative tour of modern physics that has ever been written" - Sunday Times
Prologue; 1. Can a computer have a mind?; 2. Algorithms and Turing Machines; 3. Mathematics and Reality; 4. Truth, Proof, and Insight; 5. The Classical World; 6. Quantum Magic and Quantum Mystery; 7. Cosmology and the Arrow of Time; 8. In Search of Quantum Gravity; 9. Real brains and Model Brains; 10. Where Lies the Physics of the Mind?; Epilogue; References; Index.