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Mechanistic and Nonmechanistic Science: An Investigation Into the Nature of Consciousness and Form

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How the mechanistic theories of modern science have difficulty explaining such phenomena as consciousness, complex biological form, and inspiration, and how the non-mechanistic science of bhakti-yoga from India can help provide...

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How the mechanistic theories of modern science have difficulty explaining such phenomena as consciousness, complex biological form, and inspiration, and how the non-mechanistic science of bhakti-yoga from India can help provide useful explanations.   Dr. Thompson shows how physics is incapable of dealing with the phenomenon of consciousness and how biology is unable to account for the existence of complex living forms. Arguing that valid scientific theory does not have to be mechanistic, the author outlines a nonmechanistic science and rounds out the human quest for understanding   Author:  Richard L Thompson (Ph.D.)

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