Reconceptualising the sciences and the humanities: an integral approach
Manohar Publishers & Distributors, Jul 1, 1995 - History - 314 pages
An Anthropologist Looks At Recent Developments In The Sciences And The Humanities Taking Into Account Many Disciplines. He Suggests Alternate Paradigms To The Consumeristic Paradigm Which Governs Humankind To-Day. The Themes Addressed Are: Civilisation Studies And Knowledge-A Creative Act; Man In Nature - An Integral Universe; A Question Of Consciousness; Science And Consciousness; Violence And Non-Violence - A Binary System; And Integral Listening As Communication.
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A Universal Creative Act
An Integral Universe
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action activity Anthropic Principle anthropology approach areas aware basic becomes behaviour biological Brahman brain causal cognitive communication concepts consciousness context continues Copenhagen interpretation create creative cultural Dhangars dimension dissipative structures dominant dualism duality dynamic empiricism ence energy entity epiphenomenon evolution evolutionary example existence experience experiencing external Fiumara forms framework function holistic human humankind idea India Indian civilisation inner integral intellectual knowledge language linear listening living logical maieutic manifestation matter mechanical mind models modern morphogenetic fields movement nature notion object observation one's oral organisation organism paradigm perception philosophical physical principle psychological quantum quantum mechanics questions realised reality reflection rience rock art sanskaras Sanskrit scientific scientists sciousness seen sense sentience social society socio-cultural space speak split-brain structure symbolic theory thing thinking thought tion tradition understanding unity universe Upanishads village violence whole words world view