Organic Physics by Bertram von Zabern
Has modern physics become estranged from life because of its methodology? Is it possible to rethink physics from its foundations and experience it as a science? Dr. von Zabern, a physician, approaches these questions with self-observant thinking as it was proposed by the philosopher and seer Rudolf Steiner. When thought is meditatively enhanced, it reveals its own life. Setting out from this stepping stone, the reader is invited to join the search for new concepts of time, space and movement, and to explore the field where human activity brings forth-and overcomes-physical force. As unusual as the quest my seem to be, as old are the sources of such future physics, highlighted by the author with a series of biographical notes of spiritual pioneers from antiquity to this century.