Rocco Lo Bosco has published two well-reviewed novels, Buddha Wept (Grey Core Press, 2003) and Ninety-Nine (LettersAt3amPress, 2015), and has co-authored a non-fiction title: The Age of Perversion: Desire and Technology in Psychoanalysis and Culture with author and psychoanalyst Danielle Knafo (Routledge Press, 2017).  David Levy, an A.I. expert and author of more than 40 books, wrote an enthusiastic preface to The Age of Perversion, which received glowing reviews. 

Lo Bosco is a lifelong autodidact who especially adores physics, philosophy, psychology, and neuroscience. He provided critical feedback and technical editing over a period of four years for a seminal paper written by Jolly Mathen, titled “On the Inherent Incompleteness of Scientific Theories,” (Activitas Nervosa Superior 53: 44-100). Mathen presented this paper at Oxford University and Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam. Lo Bosco is also a martial artist, personal trainer, yoga teacher, and life coach.

Most important, like all of you who are reading this pump-up, he is a finite being barreling toward the final exit. He’d love to hear from you; drop him a line and contact below.