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From modernity to cosmodernity : science, culture, and spirituality, Basarab Nicolescu

Label
From modernity to cosmodernity : science, culture, and spirituality
Title
From modernity to cosmodernity
Title remainder
science, culture, and spirituality
Statement of responsibility
Basarab Nicolescu
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Offers a new paradigm of reality, based on the interaction between science, culture, spirituality, religion, and society"--Provided by publisher
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Cataloging source
N$T
Dewey number
110
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Index
index present
LC call number
BD331
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Suny series in western esoteric traditions
Label
From modernity to cosmodernity : science, culture, and spirituality, Basarab Nicolescu
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
http://library.link/vocab/branchCode
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Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 10
  • Evolution and Involution
  • 110
  • Chapter 9
  • The Human Being: The Most Perfect of All Signs
  • 113
  • Natural Language and Scientific Language
  • 113
  • Peirce and Spontaneity
  • 114
  • Invariance and Thirdness
  • The Transreligious Attitude and the Presence of the Sacred
  • 116
  • The Possibility of a Universal Language
  • 118
  • Chapter 10
  • Beyond Dualism
  • 121
  • A Stick Always Has Two Ends
  • 121
  • Stéphane Lupasco (1900-1988): The Herald of the Coming Third
  • 125
  • 14
  • The Included Third
  • 127
  • The Ternary Dialectics of Reality
  • 128
  • Triadic Systemogenesis and the Three Matters
  • 130
  • Nonseparability and the Unity of the World
  • 131
  • The Nature of Space-Time
  • 131
  • Chapter 2
  • Is Lupasco a Prophet of the Irrational?
  • 132
  • The Experienced Third
  • 134
  • Chapter 11
  • The Psychophysical Problem
  • 137
  • Reduction and Reductionism
  • 137
  • The Coincidentia Oppositorum and Hermetic Irrationalism
  • Contemporary Physics and the Western Tradition
  • 138
  • The Core of the Problem: We Are Too Deeply Immersed in the Seventeenth Century
  • 139
  • The Most Important Task of Our Time: A New Idea about Reality
  • 142
  • New Perspectives in the Ternary-Qua ternary Debate
  • 142
  • Umberto Eco's Logical and Epistemological Error
  • 144
  • Chapter 12
  • 19
  • From the Quantum World to Ionesco's Antitheater And Quantum Aesthetics
  • 147
  • For a Yes or for a No
  • 147
  • Ionesco and the Non-Aristotelian Theater
  • 148
  • Gregorio Morales: Quantum Aesthetics and Quantum Theater
  • 151
  • Chapter 13
  • The Theater of Peter Brook as a Field of Study of Energy Movement and Interrelations
  • Tradition and Traditions
  • 155
  • Chapter 14
  • From Contemporary Science to the World of Art
  • 167
  • André Breton and the Logic of Contradiction
  • 167
  • Georges Mathieu and Aristotle's Cage
  • 169
  • Salvador Dali and Nuclear Mysticism
  • 170
  • 19
  • Frédéric Benrath, Karel Appel, and René Huyghe
  • 174
  • Chapter 15
  • Vision of Reality and Reality of Vision
  • 177
  • Poincaré and Sudden Enlightenment
  • 178
  • Hadamard and Thinking without Words
  • 180
  • Kepler and the Living Earth
  • Science and Tradition: Two Poles of a Contradiction
  • 182
  • Bohr and Complementarity
  • 184
  • Understanding the Reality of the Imaginary: The Imaginary and the Imaginal
  • 186
  • Chapter 16
  • Can Science Be a Religion?
  • 189
  • The Clowns of the Impossible
  • 189
  • 20
  • Highlights of the New Barbarity
  • 190
  • Between the Anecdote and the Unspeakable
  • 191
  • The Sokal Affair Beyond Three Extremisms
  • 193
  • A Necessary isomorphism
  • 197
  • The End of Science?
  • 198
  • Chapter 1
  • A Possible Bridge between Sciences and Tradition: The Rationality of the World
  • The Spiritual Dimension of Democracy: Utopia or Necessity?
  • 199
  • Chapter 17
  • The Hidden Third and the Multiple Splendor of Being
  • 203
  • Premodernity, Modernity, Postmodernity, and Cosmodernity as Different Visions of the Relation between the Subject and the Object
  • 203
  • Ladder of Divine Ascent and Levels of Being
  • 205
  • Toward a Unified Theory of Levels of Reality
  • 23
  • 207
  • At the Threshold of New Renaissance
  • 214
  • Describing God's Being ...
  • 24
  • Movement and Discontinuity: The Eternal Genesis of Reality
  • 26
  • Scientific Thinking and Symbolic Thinking: Icons and Thêmata
  • 30
  • A Necessary Encounter
  • 34
  • From Shattered Culture Toward Transculture
  • Chapter 3
  • The Grandeur and Decadence of Scientism
  • 37
  • The Classical Vision of the World and the Death of Man
  • 37
  • Modem Mahabharata-like Drama: The Quantum Vision of the World
  • 40
  • Chapter 4
  • The Valley of Astonishment: The Quantum World
  • 45
  • 3
  • About the Difficulties of the Journey
  • 45
  • Planck, Discontinuity, and the Quantum Revolution
  • 47
  • The Particle and Quantum Spontaneity
  • 50
  • Heisenberg's Relations and the Failure of Classic Determinism
  • 52
  • The Multiplicity of Quantum Values and the Role of Observation
  • 53
  • The Christian Origin of Modem Science
  • Quantum Vacuum: A Full Vacuum
  • 54
  • Quantum Nonseparability
  • 56
  • Chapter 5
  • The Endless Route of the Unification of the World
  • 59
  • Is a Single Energy the Source of the World's Diversity?
  • 59
  • The Final Theory: Superstrings?
  • 3
  • 62
  • The Unification of Heaven and Earth
  • 63
  • Can Everything Be Unified?
  • 65
  • Everything Is Vibration
  • 66
  • The Mystery Theorists
  • 70
  • Seekers of Truth
  • Do Science and Culture Have Something in Common?
  • 71
  • Chapter 6
  • The Strange Fourth Dimension
  • 75
  • Chapter 7
  • The Bootstrap Principle and the Uniqueness of Our World
  • 87
  • Eddington and the Epistemological Principles
  • 87
  • Unity and Self-Consistency: The Bootstrap Principle
  • 7
  • 88
  • Is There a Nuclear Democracy?
  • 91
  • The Bootstrap and the Anthropic Principle
  • 92
  • Methodological Considerations
  • 95
  • Chapter 8
  • Complexity and Reality
  • 99
  • The Transcultural and the Mirror of the Other
  • The Emergence of Complex Plurality
  • 99
  • Some Reflections on Systemic Thinking
  • 101
  • Systemic Thinking and Quantum Physics
  • 102
  • Levels of Reality
  • 104
  • Is There a Cosmic Bootstrap?
  • 107
Control code
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1 online resource
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Form of item
online
Isbn
9781438449630
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Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
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Specific material designation
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