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Science and Religion: Toward a Universal Path of Divine Love

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How did you move from mathematical physics and environmental science to gender equity and reconciliation, and then to the universal […]

Who Do We Choose To Be?

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Opening Chapter – Who Do We Choose to Be? Let your wisdom as a human being connect with the power […]

The Enlivenment Manifesto: Politics and Poetics in the Anthropocene

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Key Concepts The current ideology of dead matter, mechanical causality, and the exclusion of experience from descriptions of reality in […]

The Biology of Wonder | Finding the Human in Nature

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Of course, the animals need humans. They need us like old parents, against whom we have revolted for a while […]

The Living Universe

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A Living Systems Paradigm for Viewing Big History ‘Big History’ is the name given to an emerging field of study […]

Nature’s Living Intelligence

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In our consumer society, we are taught to see the world as a collection of objects to be transformed, sold, […]

The Rise of Citizen Science

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Imagine yourself discovering another Earth. Or identifying an unknown underwater species. Helping the blind to see. Finding a cure for […]

The Frontier of Science and Education

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Since Galileo, science has had a bias towards simplification for the very sensible and practical reason that it was all it could handle. Nothing is wrong with this as long as the limitation of the method is not projected onto reality, limiting it.

Learning to See Life: Developing the Goethean Approach to Science

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I have often thought that if a teacher wanted to have one succinct motto to hang above his or her […]

Peter Senge on Science, Spirituality & Worldviews

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Those are basically three ways of saying who we are as human beings - head, heart, and hands. People have said it in many different ways. Chinese culture has three different traditions: Taoism, which is physically based; Confucianism, which is relational or the social philosophy of the heart; and Buddhism, which is more mentally centered.