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The neglected case of David Bohm

NOTICE from the author: this was written in 02010(!) and my views and factual knowledge have somewhat changed since then. I’m leaving it up for now (02020.07) but I might change my mind after thoroughly re-reading… 🙂 
During the past century, a relatively small number of highly insightful books have been published among the gigantic piles of senseless information and other bullshit. One of the most comprehensive texts is without a doubt
“Thought as a System”, by David Bohm,  which brings together his theories of wholeness & implicate order and the essence of his dialogues with J. Krishnamurti. Since i somehow overlooked the importance of this highly underrated quantum physicist slash critical thinker in my last post, this is a little tribute. Continue reading The neglected case of David Bohm