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The Museum of the Creative Process is proud to announce that the book Science Stealing the Fire of the Gods has just been published. A collaborative effort of Dr. Albert Levis and Maxwell Levis, the book is a guide through the exhibits of the museum.
Playing off of the mythological character Prometheus, who stole the fire of the Gods and brought it to mankind, the book functions as both a critique of religious and political paradigms as well as a vision for pragmatic change.
The work is structured in three parts:
The Fire of the Gods: an analysis of religious ideology and the evolution of religious covenants,
Stealing the Fire of the Gods: a discussion of the integration of religion and science,
Giving the Fire to the Mortals: an educational curriculum for self-discovery and a trajectory for a new science of behavior and morality.
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Albert Levis, MD, a native of Athens, Greece, has been a practicing psychiatrist for more than forty years. Trained at the Universities of Zurich and Geneva, the University of Chicago, and at Yale, Albert is the author of many books and articles, including The Formal Theory of Behavior, Conflict Analysis Training, and Science Stealing the Fire of the Gods. Before retiring to Manchester, Vermont, Albert directed the Center for the Study of Normative Behavior in Hamden, Connecticut. Albert continues to lecture throughout the region and lead the Museum of the Creative Process. Albert is married to Georgette Wasserstein Levis. The two run the Wilburton Inn, a historic estate boutique hotel in Manchester, Vermont.
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Book Description Normative Publications, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0615485073