The writer is a professor of science and religion
What do our souls deeply long for? What do we deeply long for? And what is our soul’s deepest yearning?
Collective decision making is important Human beings are able to make both individual and collective decisions that affect the destiny of a community.
Moving towards mysticism Science has not replaced religion, nor does it have the potential to do so. Science and religion are different ways of knowing and experiencing: objective and subjective; ascending and descending.
Is religion primitive science? Is religion in fact “primitive science”? Many scientists tend to see it that way!
Public philosophy and public welfare Public philosophy’ is philosophy meant for the common people. It demands research collaborations between academics and non-academics and strengthens the capacity of non-academics.
Where knowledge is priceless He cracked his medical exams at the age of 16 and went on to become a junior resident doctor at AIIMS. At 22, he cracked the civil services entrance exams to become an IAS officer.
More real than the reality Virtual reality (VR), a technology that offers an unimaginably altered state of human consciousness, is getting more and more real. In fact, some will say, more real than reality itself.
Human brain and core-values Everyone has at least a few non-negotiable values.
Only unconditional love can bring change An old story, written by anonymous author, that has become classic is worth reproducing. A soldier who was finally coming home after having fought in Vietnam.
If you want to save your soul, lose it The Wisdom of Insecurity is a book, which explores the idea of reversed effort: “Whoever would save his soul shall lose it.” Its author Alan Watts is a philosopher best known for interpreting and popu