Ignorance and Enlightenment: What’s the difference?

Abstract An emphasis on logical reasoning emerged in ‘Western thought’ in the 18th Century –the ‘Age of Reason’. Also heralded as an ‘Age of Enlightenment’, it led to the ‘Age of Science,’with unprecedented technological advances. However, it is perhaps better...

A Psychological Critique of Mathematicians

Abstract In this paper, we’ll examine engrained thinking habits in even the most powerful human intellects that contributed to existential risks now confronting life on Earth. They also relate to limitations of mathematical logic and algorithmic computation. Finally,...

Vedic Model of Mind

Abstract The Vedic model of mind is a ‘consciousness-based’ approach in which consciousness is primary to nature. It contrasts with the ‘unconscious-based’ approach that places mind in the unconscious brain underlain by insentient random quantum fields. Advances in...

Non-Duality, Trinity, Quinternity, Unity

Abstract This paper summarizes progress in theoretical physics toward a more unified view of nature, and shows that this progress inexorably is linking to the ancient holistic account of Veda. The Vedic account addresses key dilemmas still widely considered needing to...