The Lucifer Principle: A Scientific Expedition Into the Forces of History
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About the Author
Howard Bloom has debated one-on-one with senior officials from Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood and Gaza's Hamas on Iran's al-Alam TV. He has dissected headline issues over thirty times on Saudi Arabia's KSA2-TV, Ekhbariya TV, Economics TV, and on Iran's global English-language Press-TV. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai's ruler, who doubles as the prime minister of the United Arab Emirates, has named a racehorse after one of Bloom's books. And Britain's Channel 4 TV says Bloom is the Einstein, Newton, Darwin, and Freud of the twenty-first century.
"A philosophical look at the history of our species which alternated between fascinating and frightening. Reading it was like reading Dean Koontz or Stephen King: I couldn't put it down . . . . Masterful." --Mark Graham, The Rocky Mountain News "The Lucifer Principle is a long step forward to understand human biology. Its original assessment is brilliant; its historical facts are unassailable . . . . An outstanding book." --Dr. Richard Bergland, M.D., founder of the Department of Neurology, Sloan-Kettering, and author of The Fabric of the Mind "A revolutionary vision of the relationship between psychology and history, The Lucifer Principle will have a profound impact on our concepts of human nature. It is astonishing that a book of such importance could be such a pleasure to read." --Elizabeth F. Loftus, author of Mindfulness "Destined to be the Future Shockof our time." -Spin "The Lucifer Principle is a tour de force, a brilliant and seminal work." -Sol Gordon, Ph.D., founder of the Institute for Family Research and Education "An act of astonishing intellectual courage." -Leon Uris "Readers will be mesmerized by the mirror Bloom holds to the human condition . . . . his style is engaging, witty, and brisk . . . . He draws on a dozen years of research into a jungle of scholarly fields . . . and meticulously supports every bit of information." --The Washington Post "A revolutionary vision of the relationship between psychology and history, The Lucifer Principle will have a profound impact on our concepts of human nature. It is astonishing that a book of such importance could be such a pleasure to read." --Elizabeth F. Loftus, Professor of Psychology, University of Washington, and author of Memory and Eyewitness Testimony "The Lucifer Principle is the Bible of anyone who wants to know what in the hell is going on. . . . This book tells our story. It is the blueprint of our past and the justification of our presence in Afghanistan and Iraq." --Shelly Marshall, Metapsychology