The Long Way from Non-Reductionism to Transdisciplinarity: Critical Questions about Levels of Reality and the Constitution of Human Beings
1.- Reductionism: from science to culture and every day life “The vision of Nature in any given era depends...1
On the Essence
Introducci�n. El problema del alma, uno de los m�s antiguos de la filosof�a, es tambi�n central en el pensamiento...
Man’s Spiritual Evolution in the Material World: Mulla Sadra’s Viewpoint
Introduction Why are we here? This is one of the most important questions for man, because by giving...
Serving’ the Self-Actualizing Subject in Global Culture
Antidepressants and their lack of efficacy in regards to mild to moderate depression has garnered much media attention in...
A Blueprint for a Non-Reductionist Theory of Reality
There can be no discursive justification for the belief that any particular kind of entities can be independent of...
Neuroscientific Research on the Self: A Case for Panentheism?
Introduction Why is it important to explain the self in an interdisciplinary manner? Let me answer that question by...
Technology and Eschatology
Comparing two views of human transformation: a religious view, specifically Christian, and the view associated with the movement called...
Some Historical Reflections on the Relationship Between Religion and Science
Introduction In the lectures I delivered as the 2007/8 senior lecturer for the Metanexus Institute I covered a wide...
We now have a loom on which to weave the many pieces of truth we discover. That loom is...
The Economic Sphere
Herman Dooyeweerd (1985) argued that among the aspects making up the fabric of reality a specifically economic one is...