religion are not the same: You can be dualist without holding any other religious beliefs, and you can hold religious beliefs without being dualist. But they almost always go together. And some very popular religious views rest on a dualist foundation, such as the belief that people survive the destruction of their bodies.
If you give up on dualism, this is what you lose.
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-Wave/Particle Duality --
Tao of Physics - pg 67, 69
Quantum Enigma -- pg 10
The Fabric of the Cosmos -- pg. 206
-The Emptiness of Atoms-
-The Quantum Field -
Tao of Physics -- pg. 210…
w is self-justifying. It makes a (quite spurious) claim to "objectivity" in such a way
as to exclude human experience and knowing from any possibility of delivering the "truth".
The objectivity is spurious because that choice of perspective is a subjective one. Perhaps more
importantly, it is quite simply out of touch with the scientific nature of reality. Remember, we
have used science itself both in our method and our reasoning, to establish that the "mind"
and the "matter" are not in any way separable.
Put another way, we have provided scientific evidence for the existence of
those things which people describe as "spirit", "essence" and "soul".
Reality and the Social Order p307 The Science of Possibility - Jon Freeman & Juliana Freeman