Books by Danah Zohar

SQ by Danah Zohar
Released: Jan. 1, 2000

"A brave attempt to give New Age attitudes the imprimatur of science. (Illus., not seen)"
An interdisciplinary approach to human intelligence that blends 20th-century science, modern psychology, Eastern philosophy, and religion. Read full book review >
Released: April 22, 1994

"Zohar and Marshall offer the general reader a better introduction to contemporary science than to social philosophy while stretching the limit of fashionable interdisciplinary discussion."
In the high-spirited Up my Mother's Flagpole (1974), Zohar characterized her early life as a process of individuation and alienation. Read full book review >