Sankhya et science : applications de la philosophie védique à la science moderne
Par Ashish Dalela (Rsiraja Das)
Most people drawing parallels between science and Eastern philosophy end up claiming that the Eastern mystics knew thousands of years back what modern science discovered only recently. This conclusion may be satisfying as a bridge between religion and science, but it is ultimately futile—if the mystical viewpoint is similar to the materialist view then why we still need mysticism?
Instead of parallels, this book offers a contrarian view of matter and science. It hopes to show that current science and mysticism are not convergent (although a new science and mysticism could be). The convergence requires not faith but an evolution of science itself. This approach is interesting because it tells us that the convergence will be rational rather than a matter of faith.
Auteur: Ashish Dalela (Rsiraja Das)
Publié: November 16, 2014
Taille du livre: 266 pages
Formats: Kindle, Broché
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