Monday, April 08, 2013

Most modern science is idealist

We already saw at this blog how physicist Max Planck concluded that idealism is implied by quantum physics. Here's a quote addressing some other sciences:

"Any domain of science that asserts the existence of systems, and/or uses the language of ”functionality” and “organization”, in order to explain the existence of components of those systems, is idealist in character. This would include much of biology, systems theory, cybernetics, complex systems theory, ecology, population theory and so on. It would also include the social and psychological sciences, where they rely on functional or systemic explanation, and theories of organization" (Dunham, Grant & Watson, Idealism: The History of a Philosophy).

Be scientific: become an idealist!

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