David Bohm on Wholeness and the Implicate Order

18/11/2013 15:57

by Christopher P. Holmes

Ultimately, the entire Universe (with all its particles, including those constituting human beings, their laboratories, observing instruments, etc.) has to be understood as a single undivided whole, in which analysis into separate and independent existent parts has no fundamental status.  (Bohm, 1980, p. 174). [Read more] ...