Tag Archives: Doctrine of Forms

The deeper you probe reality, the more perfection increases itself

This idea, which was greatly promoted by the scientist/theologian Emanuel Swedenborg, can be readily verified when we put various natural objects under a microscope. New wonders open up to us when we examine more interior levels of structure. Such thinking … Continue reading

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Swedenborg, the Calculus and Molecular Biology

In his delightful book A Tour of the Calculus, author and mathematical philosopher David Berlinski laments that the theme of continuity is lacking in the biological sciences. For instance, mathematics, like that of the calculus, which successfully describes how many … Continue reading

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Inside is bigger than Outside

Ever notice that the inside of a house or building looks (and feels) bigger than the outside? I have been struck by this phenomenon ever since I was a kid. Thanks to my introduction to the unique ideas of scientist/theologian … Continue reading

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Quantum physicists need Swedenborg’s help!

While the Schrodinger equation offers an effective mathematical tool for depicting quantum events (empirical adequacy) scientists still don’t understand what is really going on in this fundamental realm of the micro-world.  The Schrodinger equation is a differential equation that departs … Continue reading

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