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Young, Arthur M.

The Bell Notes: A Journey From Physics to Metaphysics

The Bell Notes: A Journey From Physics to Metaphysics

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New York: Delacorte Press/S. Lawrence, 1979, ©1979. First ed., first printing (stated). 205 pages: illustrations; 24 cm; index. Fine copy with a few tiny spots to fore-edge. Sharp jacket in archival mylar:. Hardcover. ISBN: 0440005507; 9780440005506

A very nice copy. / "Arthur M. Young (1905–1995) was an American inventor, helicopter pioneer, cosmologist, philosopher, and the founder of the Institute for the Study of Consciousness in Berkeley, California. He is best known for designing the Bell Model 47 helicopter, the first helicopter to be certified for civilian use in the United States. Young started his career in the field of aeronautics and spent many years developing his helicopter design. He eventually partnered with Bell Aircraft Corporation, leading to the creation of the Bell Model 47. This helicopter was a major success and played a significant role in the development of the helicopter industry. After his success in aviation, Young turned his attention to philosophy and metaphysics. He developed a theory known as the "Theory of Process" that sought to reconcile scientific and philosophical concepts. He also established the Institute for the Study of Consciousness to further study these ideas. Throughout his life, Young demonstrated a unique ability to combine technical innovation with philosophical inquiry. His contributions to both aviation and philosophy have left a lasting legacy." / Metaphysics. First philosophy. Hélicoptères -- Histoire. Métaphysique. metaphysics. First philosophy. Helicopters. Metaphysics. Named Person: Young, Arthur M., 1905-1995. Young, Arthur M., 1905-1995. Autobiographies.

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