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Rupert Sheldrake


  • William Blake’s Newton (1795) shows the natural philosopher absorbed by reductive scientific thought: he cannot see beyond the rules of his compass to the creative world beyond

    Liberating Science from pervading materialismSubscription

    31 January, 2012

    Today’s architectural practice is profoundly shaped by dogma that has dominated science since the late 19th Century and yet this influence remains largely unquestioned within the profession.