Science as a Spiritual Practice is in three parts. In the first part the author argues that there are problems with materialism and that self-transformation could lead scientists to more comprehensive ways of understanding reality. Part two discusses inner knowledge and altered states. Part 3 analyses the philosophy of Franklin Wolff.
The world faces a crisis of meaning. The old stories — whether the exclusive claims of rival religions or the grand schemes of perennial philosophy — seem bankrupt to many. The editorial stance of this book is that mysticism and science offer a way forward here.
The Science, Consciousness and Ultimate Reality project was set up with the support of the John Templeton Foundation in order to examine critical issues at the interface between science, religion and the field of 'consciousness studies'.
A Philosopher and Appeasement R.G. Collingwood and the Second World War Peter Johnson
Depression, Emotion and the Self Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Perspectives
The Pauli-Jung Conjecture And its impact today
The Unleashed Scandal The End of Control in the Digital Age Hanne Detel
Giovanni Gentile and the State of Contemporary Constructivism A Study of Actual Idealist Moral Theory James Wakefield
That's Racist! How the Regulation of Speech and Thought Divides Us All Adrian Hart