Manifesto for a Post-Materialist Science

A group of internationally known scientists from a variety of scientific fields (biology, neuroscience, psychology, medicine, psychiatry), who participated in an international summit on post-materialist science, spirituality and society, has posted on the Open Sciences website a Manifest for a Post-Materialist Science for all to read and for other scientists to sign. The Maniefesto also appears as a guest editorial in the September-October 2014 issue of Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing.


The purpose of the Open Sciences website is to act as a portal for open-minded scientific investigations that go beyond the dogmas that dominate so much of science today. – About

The new website is already a rich source of related resources including publications, organizations, videos, blogs, open questions, and events.

2 thoughts on “Manifesto for a Post-Materialist Science

  1. Yale Landsberg

    You have a splenid blog. And it compels me to presume to ask you this hopefully not silly question…

    If one uses a “triune nature of wholeness and oness” method of observing both change and homeostasis, might that contribute in any way to your non-materalist science paradigm?

    That being said, sir, might you and/or some of your colleagues care to know more about a new kind of experimental mathematics? It is one that reveals a vertical “parts and multiples of zero” line orthogonally intersecting with a horizontal real number line. Btw, that unexpected emergence is currently being explored by some mathematicians in Europe and a doctoral student in Israel because it seems to have both Necker Cube-like mathematics of consciousness aspects, as well as some curious aspects of Newtonian, qm and relativity physics.

    Warmest regards and max pax

    1. Tom Post author

      Quite possibly. I’ll need some time to consider your ideas. Can you provide more information about the Wholeness and Oneness Project?


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