Mapping Reality: A Critical Perspective on Science and Religion
iUniverse, 2006 - 444 pages
We must clearly distinguish between reality (the territory), and what we perceive to be reality (the map of the territory)! In our journey through life, we need something to guide us, to give us reassurance that we are on the right track. Modern science has done its best to take that reassurance away from us, telling us that there is no destination, no purpose, in life, and that in effect our lives are an accident of 'Nature'. Religion, too, has become equally unhelpful: it has become dogmatic, sectarian, and self-serving. We have lost the core, the real message, of religion, but we still need true spirituality. Indeed, we need a map to the Truth.
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THE MAPPING OF REALITY
WHERE IS EVOLUTION ON OUR MAPS MR PHYSICIST?
FOLLOW THE MAP FROM ENTROPY TO GOD AND CREATION
THE POSITION OF THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD AND LOGIC ON OUR MAP
YOUR MAP FROM NUMBERS AND QUANTUM MECHANICS TO COSMOLOGY
MIND HIERARCHIES OF LIFE SYSTEMS AND MAPPING
MAPS RIGHT THINKING AND GRAVES THEORY
MAPPING OTHER REALITIES
MAPS AND THE STORIES LEGENDS AND ABSTRACTIONS OF REALITY
PLOTTING A COURSE FOR SUCCESS
COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT AND THE MAPPING OF REALITY
THE MAPPING OF BASIC SCIENCE AND RATIONAL THINKING
PHILOSOPHY TECHNOLOGY SURVIVAL AND THE CARTOGRAPHERS TOOLKIT
THE MONOTYPIC FACTS ON REALITY
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