Science, Consciousness, Information
Spiritual Science and the Science of Mind, Part One
The great paradox of the inductive scientific orthodoxy that first rose to dominance in the seventeenth century is the almost perfectly inverse ratio between its theoretical utility and its empirical solvency. The investigative methods of the early modern sciences, when they function solely as a regulative instruments for isolating discrete areas of inv…
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