Green Space, Green Time

Green Space, Green Time

The Way of Science

Book - 1997
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Baker & Taylor
Argues for a reunification of knowledge and meaning, science and values, to bring a sense of the sacred to the natural world

Springer Publishing
Over the last few centuries, science has usurped domains of knowledge that were once the province of religion. At the same time, however, both science and religion have enforced strict boundaries throughout. Science can describe the world to us, but it cannot tell us about meaning or values. This is a compelling case for breaching this barrier - in effect, for a reunification of science and religion.
"This is cutting-edge science on the broadest scale." -GEORGE EBERHARDT, BOOKLIST"Green Space, Green Time, a much-needed tour de force, once and for all breaks through the illusion that science and the spirit are exclusive and separate domains." -KURT LAUREN DE BOER, EARTHLIGHT MAGAZINE"A well-informed and passionate intellect, Connie Barlow is the ideal person to guide us through a thicket of ideas...(An) important book." -LOYAL RUE, AUTHOR OF AMYTHIA AND BY THE GRACE OF GUILE

Publisher: New York : Copernicus, c1997
ISBN: 9780387947945
Characteristics: xxvii, 329 p. : ill. ; 24 cm


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