Faith, Physics, and Psychology: Rethinking Society and the Human Spirit
Written in the style of Fritjof Capra's The Turning Point, an outline for instilling balanced spiritual progress throughout the Western world shares recommendations for promoting a prosperous global civilization that fulfills humanity's physical, psychological and spiritual needs.
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lA Civilization in Crisis
2What Is True Reality?
3Building a Psychology Worthy of the Human Soul
4What Is Spirituality?
6The Discovery of the New World
An Uncivilized Science
Race and Class
9Building an Education System Worthy of the Human Soul
Abdu'l-Baha Abraham Maslow academic According African Americans Age of Enlightenment American Indian asserts B-values Baha Baha'f Faith Baha'f writings Baha'u'llah behavior believe Black Bohm Bohm's Cartesian-Newtonian worldview Christian cited classical science concept consciousness constructivist created culture divine economic Enlightenment European existence fact framework Fritjof Capra Furthermore global holistic advocates holistic educators holistic worldview human nature Ibid idea individuals integral theorists Jack Weatherford justice Ken Wilber Kozol Latinos live major Manifestation Maslow's theory material materialistic ment moral movement mystical nations needs Newtonian nondual paradigm peak experiences percent perspective philosophical physicists political principles problems psychology quantum physics racial racism religion religious spirituality sacred schools scientific scientists secular spirituality self-actualization Shoghi Effendi social society socioeconomic soul Spiral Dynamics stage teachers Third World tion traditional transcend transpersonal true reality truth tual ultimately United unity universe value-free values view of reality White Wilberian