DAVID BOHM WHOLENESS AND THE IMPLICATE ORDER PDF

Overview[ edit ] The notion of implicate and explicate orders emphasizes the primacy of structure and process over individual objects. The latter are seen as mere approximations of an underlying process. In this approach, quantum particles and other objects are understood to have only a limited degree of stability and autonomy. In the words of F. David Peat , Bohm considered that what we take for reality are "surface phenomena, explicate forms that have temporarily unfolded out of an underlying implicate order".

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Shelves: favorites , philosophy , mathematics , science , Bohm approaches a Deleuzian concept of fold through physics alone. In tracing the development of quantum mechanics from general relativity, he points out the added concepts explicate order that characterize physics today.

These added concepts are invisible, and thus modify the data to lead to confusing questions about the physical nature of reality. Barad however is far closer to philosophy than Bohm. What amazes me about Bohm is that he is able to say the same thing in less words with less extension but from a view building out of the mechanics of physics itself. Having read the others above, including some philosophers of science, I must say that Bohm is not startling for his conclusions but he is startling in that he presents his own approach to get to that conclusion.

His notions of "implicate order" is particular interesting as the cut between implicate and explicate seem wholly his own.

Very useful concepts. If you love reading about the intersection of philosophy, consciousness, math and science you should read this book.

Its not that big but it is highly ambitious and extremely clear. Bohm frequently ignores counter-evidence in his arguments, such as the two thousand years of strict Chinese scholar culture when discussing how the East has been since the beginning of human society non-conformist in its education.

He also ignores, when pinning the West as ignorant of the immeasurable, religion, and philosophy, ALL Western religions, both Christian and non-Christian.

To sum up his argument on measures, he writes "Thus, in the West, society has mainly emphasized the development of science nad technology dependant on measure while in the East, the main emphasis has gone to religion and philosophy which are directed ultimately toward the immeasurable. If one considers this question carefully, one can see that in a certain sense the East was right to see the immeasurale as the primary reality.

Arguments based on such poor knowledge have no weight and really come to be unreadable. There are many other interesting pieces of literature that go into these ideas, and by reading this book in my opinion you will either be giving yourself a bias against other authors or swallowing information that has no foundation in reality.

If I could give this book negative stars, I would.

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Shelves: favorites , philosophy , mathematics , science , Bohm approaches a Deleuzian concept of fold through physics alone. In tracing the development of quantum mechanics from general relativity, he points out the added concepts explicate order that characterize physics today. These added concepts are invisible, and thus modify the data to lead to confusing questions about the physical nature of reality. Barad however is far closer to philosophy than Bohm. What amazes me about Bohm is that he is able to say the same thing in less words with less extension but from a view building out of the mechanics of physics itself.

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