This is a classic work on the relationship between science and human qualities, made available again for today's readers. The authors ask questions still relevant today, such as what role can science play in describing everyday human experiences, such as greeting a friend with a smile? They trace the roots of materialism and consider human beings' physical participation in the world.
Publisher: SteinerBooks, Inc
Number of pages: 160
Weight: 228 g
Dimensions: 216 x 138 x 9 mm
'In this brilliant book, the authors build a fascinating bridge between science and the world of the senses, a bridge that holds great promise for overcoming the fragmentation and alienation that is so characteristic of our time.' -- Fritjof Capra, author of The Tao of Physics and The Web of Life 'Rethinking the foundations of a subject as fundamental to our culture as physics is a bold and challenging initiative... The alternative proposed by the authors could help to heal our alienation from nature -- which we are destroying -- without losing anything of value from science itself.' -- Brian Goodwin, author of How the Leopard Changed Its Spots and Nature's Due 'This little book opens many important avenues for further research and development. It stands as an invitation to join the project of reimagining science.' -- Arthur Zajonc, author of Meditation as Contemplative Inquiry: When Knowing Becomes Love
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