Matter and Mind: Imaginative Participation in Science

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Floris, 1992 - Knowledge, Theory of - 136 pages
This book grew out of a series of discussions between the authors. They show that the elements of reality incorporated in the usual physical world view are grounded in physiology. They present a new view of why classical science was founded on the bringing together of mathematics with knowledge of the behaviour of physical things. They also present detailed examples of their phenomenological approach that places human beings firmly in a world view derived from science

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Preface
7
The Deeper Roots of Materialism
21
Changing Relations to Physical Reality
47
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