What is and what will be: Integrating spirituality and science
by Paul Budnik
Publisher: Mountain Math Software 2005
Number of pages: 321
What is and what will be integrates science with values and meaning by making the simplest possible assumption about the connection between physical structure and conscious experience. The implications are not just philosophical. They extend to the foundations of mathematics and physics suggesting that Einstein's intuition near the end of his life was correct.
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