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An Intuitionist Reinterpretation of the Science Method, Deduction and Induction in Hegel-friendly Terms (by Stephen P. Smith): Abstract: I hypothesize that it is the feeling that sources the middle term that allows exploration into Kant’s synthetic (an avenue Hegel and Husserl pursued), and this exploration is done by noting the intuitionist connections to deduction and induction. The deductive process goes through two Hegelian negations before returning itself to source. Otherwise, the principle of excluded middle cannot be justified as Husserl noted. Deduction and induction are two aspects of the same middle term, and their feelings can best be described as an oscillation: from crude to subtle. Newly cultivated feelings draw us into the synthetic as we discover deeper laws that are built from prior discoveries; this builds a spiral of understanding from the evidence compiled by our vast plurality, and permitting a spectacular celebration of the many as one. The oscillation become more subtle as feeling self cultivate.

Integration of Scientific & Religious Experience (by Amrit S. Sorli)

Abstract: Science is developing rational experience of the world. Religion is searching for conscious experience of the world. Rational experience is analytic, we experience world divided in elements, conscious experience is synthetic, we experience world as Oneness. Scientific and religious experience has in common “the observer”. In science observer is observing and being conscious about scientific models of the world created by the scientific mind, he is observing experiment which proves or disproves a model. In religion the same observer is observing and being conscious about religious dogmas, rules and convictions; in religion observer is searching for inner experience of god, of sacredness of the world. The observer is the integrator of science and religion. Beside observing and being conscious of the outer material world and inner psychological world observer has ability to observe and experience him/herself. Self-experience is creating the realized human being in which are integrated scientific quantitative and religious qualitative experiences of the world. Realized human being is the ground for peace and harmonious living between different races, religions and nations, for cohabitation of man and nature.

The Space-SuperSpace-MetaSpace Model (by Leon J. Neihouse)

Abstract: A new model of physical, objective reality consists of three embedded environments of MetaSpace (Paradise or Eternity in other models) which unfolds from an implicate order into SuperSpace (Heaven in other models) and Space (conventional life as it exists on Earth). This unfolding is presumed to have begun for our universe with a Big Bang of some 13 billion years ago emanating billions of planets within the Milky Way and billions of other galaxies in this universe, which locations are hypothesized to exist as centers for the evolution of life. All life forms, from oak trees to ants to human beings on this planet and even possible space aliens from other solar systems, are postulated to have an immortal Spirit existing perpetually in MetaSpace which unfolds from this implicate order in a trimorphic manner to a Soul or subconscious in SuperSpace and into normal, everyday consciousness in Space. The model assigns an ability for the consciousness of human beings living on this planet to interact through their Soul in SuperSpace and join with their Spirit in MetaSpace so as to directly experience Paradise. From the opposite direction, the Spirit in MetaSpace can join with its Space based consciousness so as to experience in Space and Time the potential with which the Spirit is eternally imbued in MetaSpace. With the full knowledge that all life will eventually return to its immortal existence in MetaSpace, a Primordial Energy from which the three embedded environments flow does not micro manage this unfolding process but permits SuperSpace and Space to unfold as determined by the collective free will of the participants.