At the beginning of the 20th century a second scientific revolution was set in motion with Einstein's theory of relativity and the discovery of quantum mechanics. This new physics influenced the philosophers of the day -- but only until 1910, when materialistic philosophy took hold, and its supporters insisted that metaphysical principles be verified. Nicholas Hagger has revived this philosophical tradition and defined a new philosophy -- Universalism. In The One and the Many, Hagger makes an impassioned plea for a ...

The One and the Many: Universalism and the Vision of Unity 1999, Element Books

ISBN-13: 9781862045323

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