The Marriage of Sense and Soul: Integrating Science and Religion

The Marriage of Sense and Soul: Integrating Science and Religion

Ken Wilber


there's arguably not more serious and urgent subject than the relation of technological know-how and faith within the sleek global. technology has given us the equipment for locating fact, whereas faith is still the one maximum strength for producing which means. but the 2 are visible as collectively unique, with wrenching outcomes for humanity. within the Marriage of experience and Soul, one among latest most vital philosophers brilliantly articulates how we would start to take into consideration technology and faith in ways in which permit for his or her reconciliation and union, on phrases that would be applicable to either camps.
        Ken Wilber is broadly acclaimed because the preferable philosopher in integrating Western psychology and the japanese religious traditions. His many books have reached throughout disciplines and synthesized the lessons of faith, psychology, physics, mysticism, sociology, and anthropology, incomes him a faithful overseas following. the wedding of experience and Soul is his so much available paintings but, geared toward guiding a normal viewers to the mutual accord among the religious, subjective international of old knowledge and the target, empirical global of contemporary wisdom.
        Wilber essentially and succinctly explores the schism among technological know-how and faith, and the impression of this "philosophical chilly battle" at the destiny of humanity. He systematically studies prior makes an attempt at integration, explaining why romantic, idealistic, and postmodern theories failed. And he demonstrates how technology is suitable with convinced deep beneficial properties universal to all the world's significant non secular traditions. In pointing tips to a union among fact and which means, Ken Wilber has created a sublime and available publication that's breathtaking in its scope.

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