Taking the Quantum Leap... Too Far?
Not Just a Movie Review of What the Bleep Do We Know!?
Merging science and spirituality in a docudrama blend What the #$*! Do We Know?! is taking moviegoers on a wild tour of the surprising interconnections between psychology, biology, physics . . . and God.
This Internet entrepreneur and philanthropist has a dazzling vision of a 2050 society and some bold ideas to get us there.
The Divinization of the Cosmos
Brain Swimme in a discourse on the work and vision of Christian mystic, paleontologist, and pioneer of evolutionary spirituality Pierre Teilhard de Chardin.
Can Science Enlighten Us?
Science, Spirituality and the Revelation of the Unknown
Can scientific inquiry lead us to the same transcendent knowledge that the world's spiritual traditions speak of? Includes interviews with Huston Smith and Rupert Sheldrake, as well as articles by E. F. Schumacher and Fritjof Capra.
Scientific Proof of the Existence of God
This physicist explains how his mystical realization that consciousness is the ground of being helped him to solve the troubling paradoxes of quantum mechanics.
Where Do Your Loyalties Lie?
Huston Smith on the Sanctification of Science and the Dethroning of God
“In Descartes's fall, we sinned all.” A world-famous religious scholar and spiritual practitioner critiques science's overreach of its rightful grasp.
Look for Truth No Matter Where It Takes You
F. David Peat on David Bohm, Krishnamurti and Himself
David Bohm, renowned theoretical physicist and close associate of the great spiritual visionary J. Krishnamurti, is remembered by his friend, colleague, and biographer David Peat.
What Matters Most
Why do two equally passionate critics of the scientific-materialist worldview differ so fundamentally on the capacity of the “new science” to answer humanity's most important questions?
Encounter at the Edge of the New Paradigm
A Dialogue with E.F. Schumacher
Fritjof Capra's engaging account of his meeting with
Schumacher in 1977, excerpted from his book Uncommon
Wisdom, illustrates how two critics of the classical
scientific worldview—both of them ardent proponents of a
new vision for humankind—can differ so fundamentally about
exactly how to move ahead.
A Confluence of Imagination and Rational Inquiry
A controversial biologist explores the consciousness of the universe and dissects the materialist creed.
The Slenderest Knowledge
A poignant excerpt from A Guide for the Perplexed,
E. F. Schumacher's compelling reckoning with the loss of meaning
and value in the wake of the scientific revolution.