Tamlyn M. Hunt
Writer, scholar, and public speaker, Tamlyn M. Hunt, leads innovative discussions on consciousness, environmental stewardship, technology, and public policy, always pointing towards connection as the solution.
Books by Tamlyn M. Hunt
Mind, World, God tackles the big questions in science and spirituality: What is the nature of mind? What is real? What is God?
How do we bridge the gap between the language of reason and the language of faith?
Eco, Ego, Eros, will take you on a voyage of discovery that uses rational analysis by some of the greatest Western thinkers, combined with the experimental and theoretical investigation of nature, to make sense of the riddle of our existence.
With a refreshingly hopeful perspective, Solar: Why Our Energy Future Is So Bright offers readers important insights into solar energy’s amazing success story—and why solar is becoming more and more important to our nation’s future.
A Voice for the Hopeful Thinkers
Tamlyn M. Hunt applies a unique blend of expertise in different but related fields to lead discussions on big picture trends.
Tamlyn's decades of work as an environmental lawyer focused on renewable energy law and policy have given him tools to frame the necessary conversations on how we can make wise changes.
Coupled with his academic work in philosophy, spirituality, and cognitive science, Tamlyn explores how we can use a deeper understanding of consciousness to relate to ourselves and our world in a more beneficial way.
Through his work as a writer, scholar, and speaker, Tamlyn seeks to bridge connections across the gap between science and spirit.
He is co-developer of the General Resonance Theory of consciousness, with Prof. Jonathan Schooler, and has published a number of peer-reviewed articles fleshing out the details of this rigorous approach to the study of consciousness.
Tamlyn is also a novelist, working on his second novel, Leilani, set on the Big Island of Hawaii where he has lived since 2016.
In the Press
"Hunt, dissatisfied by the dichotomy between traditional religion and scientific atheism, has chosen to follow a different path, pairing a spiritual awareness with a respect for modern science. His work is an attempt to tie these two facets of existence together and to provide the reader with spiritual direction in an age dominated by science and reason."
"By reading Eco, Ego and Eros, you are about to embark on such a voyage of discovery that uses rational analysis by some of the greatest Western thinkers, combined with the experimental and theoretical investigation of nature, to make sense of the riddle of our existence."
"This book shows the sizzling future of clean energy with enough enthusiasm to dispel the doom-and-gloom that paralyzes most discussions of climate change."
Kirkus Reviews, 2017 review of Mind, World, God, Science and Spirit in the 21st Century
Christof Koch, Foreword to Eco, Ego, Eros
Durwood Zaelke, President, Institute for Global Governance and Sustainable Development, review of Solar: Why Our Energy Future Is So Bright
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