A Worldview for the Twenty-first Century
I am, therefore I think: a worldview for the Twenty-first Century, breaks new ground by outlining an entirely new way of looking at the world. It offers a new approach for scientific researchers and theorists, for philosophers and theologians as well as for the thoughtful generalist and layperson. The book presents for the growing numbers of people concerned with modern science and humanity’s future, an inspiring alternative to the existing mechanical worldview. The new worldview advanced in this book focuses on the dynamism of life. This dynamism brings about the coherence and ordering of the universe from which living organisms naturally evolve. New ideas of dynamic unity, the logic of ambiguity, and the dynamic center are the keys to the new worldview and of this book.