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The Holographic Paradigm and Other Paradoxes: Exploring the Leading Edge of Science

Wilber, Ken (Ed.)

 This collection of articles were originally published in ReVision Journal, which Ken Wilber edits. Together the papers represent a debate and dialogue on the interface between science and religion. Wilber observes: "in the 1970s...some very respected, very sober, very skilled researchers—physicists, biologists, physiologists, neurosurgeons...were not talking with religion, they were simply talking religion, and more extraordinarily, they were doing so in an attempt to explain the hard data of science itself. The very facts of science, they were saying, the actual data (from physics to physiology) seemed to make sense only if we assume some sort of implicit or unifying or transcendental ground underlying the explicit data. Why this is so is exactly the topic of this book." The selections emphasize holonomic knowing and the holographic paradigm. Parapsychology is represented by S. Krippner's "Holonomy and Parapsychology." The other contributors are David Bohm, Fritjof Capra, Marilyn Ferguson, Karl Pribram, Renee Weber, and Wilber himself.
Publisher Information:Boulder, CO & London: Shambhala, 1982. 301p. Ind: 297-301; 82 refs; 3 tables
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