Science, knowledge and religion.  From particles to the triple universe and beyond

Science, knowledge and religion. From particles to the triple universe and beyond

It is difficult to reconcile our perception of the world around us with the representation given by the modern physical sciences, from Galileo to Einstein, including Descartes. Is it possible to perceive the universe from its atomic components or through sensory perception, especially visual? This is one of the main questions addressed by the author. It shows that the world is not limited to current concepts of physics, which reduce it to pure quantity and geometry. Indeed, couldn't its origins be a philosophical axiom disguised as a scientific assertion? For Wolfgang Smith, this question can only be resolved on a genuine metaphysical level, underpinned by the great apothetical traditions of humanism, Platonic, Semitic, Vedic, and clearly Christian. The same applies to the sacred theory of evolution. The author explains that Darwinian theory of evolution can no longer be considered a viable scientific hypothesis, let alone a proven fact. Thus, this work, a summary and culmination of Wolfgang Smith's previous work, allows us to perceive the world as it is, in all its dimensions, beyond the reductionist concepts of modern science.

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