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This essay summarizes the thesis convincingly spelled out in Arthur Young's The Reflexive Universe and The Geometry of Meaning. The realization that something is lacking in the scientific world view is widespread, but most critics fall back on generalizations. Young's targeting is precise, his evidence detailed. Science, he demonstrates has failed to grasp the fundamental organizing role of the quantum of action, or photon, which has the measure formula of angular momentum and governs the countless cycles of actions through which cosmos and consciousness evolve. Examining contributions from Planck and Heisenberg, from Bateson, Bohm and Szent-Gyorgyi, Young provides an overview of the effects of quantum physics and the consciousness movement on the history of science.
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