"Bhakti-yoga: A Method of Nonmechanistic Science"

BTG Issue: 
October 1981 | Vol. 16 No. 10
"How can we study nonmaterial aspects of reality when we're living in a world of matter?"

"Modern mechanistic science rests on the premise that reality is ultimately reducible to a set of mathematical equations. In a forthcoming book entitled Mechanistic and Nonmechanistic Science, Sadaputa dasa shows that such a view fails to account for two important aspects of reality: consciousness, and complex biological form. ... Here, in the first of a series of articles excerpted from the conclusion of the book, Sadaputa describes how an alternative, non mechanistic model can be verified t through the science of bhakti-yoga. He begins with a summary of the essential features of this model."

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