Einstein's Space and Van Gogh's Sky: Physical Reality and Beyond
Lawrence LeShan and Henry Margenau argue that Western culture's precise and literal systems to explain reality were developed to accommodate the human need to control the environment, but that explainations fall short because they do not include non-physical.
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THE SEARCH FOR SCIENTIFIC TRUTH
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