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The linguistic con game of the ‘mind/matter duality’

I have recently been accused of proposing a metaphysics that simply replaces one form of reductionism with another: instead of reducing everything to matter, I allegedly ‘reduce’ everything to mind, the supposed polar opposite of matter….

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Did the Vedic Philosophy Influence the Concept of Free Energy and Quantum Mechanics?

The properties of space have been postulated by many, from ancient Vedic philosophy, Eastern Mystics, various ancient civilizations throughout human history all the way to Descartes, Einstein, Newton and more. Again, if you observed the composition…

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The threat of panpsychism: a warning

I feel increasingly concerned about what I believe to be a mounting and extremely dangerous cultural threat looming on the horizon: panpsychism, the notion that all matter has consciousness, as opposed to being in consciousness. At…

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A New Story for Humanity an interview with Robert Burton

Robert Burton, M.D. is a neurologist, novelist, and most recently, the author of A Skeptic’s Guide to the Mind: What Neuroscience Can and Cannot Tell Us About Ourselves. A graduate of Yale University and University of…

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The Reality Nervous System

“When you see the world you see God. There is no seeing God apart from the world. Beyond the world to see God is to be God.”* Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj One of the most important ideas…

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A New Story for Humanity an interview with Dean Radin

Charles Eisenstein is an author and public speaker, and self-described “degrowth activist”. He is the author of several books including “The Ascent of Humanity”, “Sacred Economics”, and “The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible”. In…

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David Martin Castan

Science and Spirituality – a Shared Ideal Value – Spirituality and Intellectual Honesty, part 6/6

What does it mean to say that science and the spiritual stance developed from the same basic normative idea, from a shared ideal value? This was my third thesis at the beginning of this essay. We…

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Nondualism in Western Philosophy: a Series of Pointers (11/11)

  This is a series of pointers to how the Western approach can assist with one’s self-inquiry. It is less a historical survey, and more a collection of Western views that might serve as tools for…

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