Professor Dhanjoo Ghista about the Book
The author has done admirable work to develop the concept of Microvita and its synthesis, from the medieval question of “whether there are 'universalia ante res' impinging on our destiny and fortune”, to a model of the atomic nucleus, onto how Devayonis and Pretayonis can be produced pairwise or apart by the action of the neutral and the positive or negative creation operator respectively.
Thereafter, we learn how imperialism, together with its different forms, such as capitalism and nationalism, all have one psychological base. This comes about through diminishing the interest for the sublime and enhancing the interest for material goods.
Thereafter, we journey from Microvita network formation (clustering, representation, synchronisation and coherency), to Microvita in the context of the Neo-Leibnizian World Model and quantum monadology, whereby consciousness should not be interpreted by our daily experiences, but as an introspectively realized state.
Finally, we recognize how Microvita give rise to what is known (in Sanskrit) as advaetadvaeta'dvaetava'da, meaning non-dualistic dualistic non-dualism: Non-dualism from dusk to dawn, dualism only in the daytime of existence.