The Scientific Worldview presents a balanced theoretical perspective
that has profound implications for the social and physical sciences. Author
Glenn Borchardt outlines the philosophical alternatives and those necessary for
consistent scientific thinking.
The balanced outlook requires beginning assumptions alien to
classical mechanism and modern systems philosophy. The central
concept of the resulting philosophical system is univironmental
determinism—a new universal mechanism of evolution founded on the
simple proposition that whatever happens to a thing is a result of
the infinite variety of matter in motion within and without.
Borchardt argues that the biased outlook of the twentieth
century “scientific worldview,” systems philosophy, which
overemphasizes systems and neglects environments, taints our most
fundamental theories about the universe. But with the philosophy
of univironmental determinism, we can gain the feeling of control
in our lives and achieve a newfound level of consciousness through
which we will change the world for the betterment of all.
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