A Sense of the Cosmos: The Encounter of Modern Science and Ancient Truth

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Dutton, 1976 - Cosmology - 178 pages
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Western science has operated for centuries on the assumption that we can understand the universe without understanding ourselves. We are just now seeking to make the necessary connection between the general laws of nature and those of our own inner nature.

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A Sense of the Cosmos : Scientific Knowledge and Spiritual Truth

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The venerable theme of rapprochement between science and spirituality gets painstakingly explored in this mazy treatise. Needleman (a professor of philosophy and religion, novelist, consultant on ... Read full review


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Jacob Needleman is a professor of philosophy at San Francisco State University and the author of many books, including The Essential Marcus Aurelius, Why Can't We Be Good?, The American Soul, The Wisdom of Love, Time and the Soul, The Heart of Philosophy, Lost Christianity, and Money and the Meaning of Life.

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