[I guess I should change the subject when replying to JOINING posts.] That sounds like a great book. Why don't you get it translated into English and publish in the U.S.? Surely you'll sell more copies that way.
On Fri, May 24, 2002 at 09:50:55AM +0200, Lennart Nilsson wrote: > My formal education ended back in the beginnings of the seventies with a > finished MA in sociology and an invitation to get a doctors degree at the > University of Stockholm. But life got in the way. > > When my wife died two years ago I decided to write a book in order to > understand better some of my thinkings during all those years. I finished > the book in seven months and have since been trying to get it published. > That has proven very hard since Swedish is a small language. Max Tegmark, > who is swedish, even though he works in USA has read my manuscript and > promised to write a forward if I could get a bookcompany to publish it. He > said he was impressed and thought that my work was a fascinating hike in the > territory between philosophy and physics and that it was full of original > ideas! Unfortunately I donīt suppose many on this list is fluent in swedish, > but to give you an idea where Iīm at I can show you the bibliography from > the book: