What do quantum physics, cosmology, biology and psychology have in common?
They are all driven by information.
This book suggests that philosophy is stuck in linear thinking. It questions the assumptions that underlie its very foundation and, in light of emergence and complexity theory, suggests that we might get to an understanding of life, reality and everything through that aspect of our own nature that exclusively deals with information: our psychology.
For how can we come to agree about philosophy if we all use a different psychology to experience the world with ... unless we acknowledge our evolutionary diversity and make them part of our philosophy?
You will never look at philosophy the same way again.