Here at the dawn of the 21st century we desperately need a new description of nature that recognizes relationship and reciprocity as fundamental to all significant processes. Sadly, our modern scientific approach renders an animated world of intelligent organisms into a lifeless mechanism. This work offers a comprehensive vision of a living world, generating a perspective that will allow us to re-...
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This book really does present a logical and comprehensive model in a format that is relatively easy to follow. Quite intriguing....
nature in a respectful and sustainable way. By reading these essays you will come to understand:- Why modern science recognizes only the mundane aspects of nature.- The foundation of an exciting new 'science of life' - a 21st century vision of nature.- How the intelligent patterns of nature evolve and where the information is stored.- What a feminist approach to science, and to power relations, looks like.- The historical development of patriarchal society and the factors that sustain it.- How 'leveling mechanisms' served to limit aggressive tendencies in older societies.This collection of straightforward, non-technical essays integrates the brilliant, though often marginalized insights of many of the brightest minds of the 20th century, including Neils Bohr, Alfred North Whitehead, Maurice Merleau-Ponty. Marion Namenwirth, Carolyn Merchant, Rupert Sheldrake, Arthur Evans, bell hooks, and Carol Lee Flinders.The presentation is guaranteed to challenge the ideas and the values of readers who are invested in the patriarchal model. It will inform and delight those who are not.