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Wholeness and the Implicate Order

Bohm, David

 Bohm, who is Professor of Theoretical Physics at Birkbeck College, London, is interested in the connection between consciousness and matter. His chief concern is with the quest for wholeness in a world beset by increasing fragmentation. A promising indication is found in the field of modern physics and this provides his central focus. But physical phenomena cannot be separated in an absolute way from life and knowledge processes, nor from consciousness itself. Bohm proposes that the objective events and subjective happenings composing our reality be seen and lived as aspects of a universal flux, features that ultimately merge into a single unbroken totality of movement. "'All implicates all'," says Bohm, "...so we are present everywhere and at all times...."
Publisher Information:London & Boston: Routledge & Kegan Paul,1980. 224p. 51 refs. Index
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