This series of essays presents an outline for a new model of the world based upon the concept of human self-awareness in time. This self-awareness is derived from the activity of the nervous system. Representing the culmination of Gooddy's 25 years' study of the nature of time and his nearly 40 years work as a clinical neurologist, this monograph establishes a system of understanding human thought and behaviour. It focuses on the previously neglected temporal aspects of neurological anatomy, physiology, and pathology and demonstrates the inevitability of a degree of conscious responsibility in forming our own images of the universe. The book concludes that a neurological cosmology is the simplest, most self-evident, and satisfying model of the world based upon human self-awareness.