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The Beautiful Union of Science, Philosophy and Religion

By Paul Ellson

The book begins with a deep questioning of many of our core assumptions and revea that, in fact, they have a fragile basis. Targets include our limited senses, our reasoning and the ‘point-valued’ approach. Chapters then begin to engage in a more constructive, ‘volume-value’ approach, particularly in addressing the problem of consciousness that has a myriad of expressions. With this model, many questions are answered and at the same time new light cast upon science, philosophy and religion, renewing the integrity and impetus of knowledge gathering. This approach offers new ways of looking at the world, useful, not just for scientists and other professional seekers, but for everyone.

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