Reconceptualising the sciences and the humanities: an integral approach

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Manohar Publishers & Distributors, Jul 1, 1995 - History - 314 pages
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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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Contents

Acknowledgements vii
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A Universal Creative Act
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An Integral Universe
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