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Science of the Part, Knowledge of the Whole


Oct. 21, 2003

Science started as a counter movement to superstition. It was the birth of the Mind against the tyrannical rule of the vital. The instrument of Science is Mind, which sees the whole of life as represented by the parts of good and evil. As it identifies itself with what it sees, Mind becomes the part. No wonder its knowledge is of the part, partial. Its only fullness is the wholeness of a part.

  • Exceptions arise when someone in one plane ignores the other planes. No law has an exception. That which permits exceptions is a part. The whole is a whole and there is nothing outside it to claim exception.
  • A law that fails one in a million times is NO LAW.
  • One occurrence, even if isolated, demands the attention of the observer. It is no observation that ignores the rare event.
  • Theory of creation has no exception at all. Observing from there, the view is all-inclusive. Exception is lack of application.
  • There are grades, but exceptions are non-existing for that which is exceptional.
  • The word science means knowledge of the conscient. The scientist is subjective, not conscious of the outside. His objectivity is the objectivity of subjectivity.
  • The failure of the scientist is understandable. His insistence on his failure as the ONLY success is unpardonable.
  • Events occurring simultaneously is called synchronicity. Those who have observed that phenomenon must endeavour to explain it. Life is a whole, our understanding is of the part. Unless our understanding rises to the whole, it will cease to be understanding.
  • Science by its birth, by its instrument, by its self-definition, but its attitude, by its lack of a goal of the whole, by its own subjectivity in the name of objectivity, by its incomplete observation, by its acquiescence in its ignoring the observed rare phenomenon, by its lack of motivation to reach knowledge that is Power, by its losing itself in the instruments it has created is now playing the role of superstition which it has come to replace, proving the age-old rule of the conqueror conquered by the conquered.
  • All progress arose in humanity only when partial knowledge embraced a wider part, a movement towards the whole. Knowledge must seek the whole; it is not enough to move towards a greater part.
  • Science does not begin with experiments. If begins with thinking. Science swears by objective knowledge, forgetting that objective facts have validity only in subjective comprehension. The mind is not outside, but inside. Let Science define all its concepts and establish itself as a branch of knowledge.
  • Ignorance is permissible; stupidity is not, unless stupidity is defined as partial knowledge of a will of the part that tries to usurp the will of the whole.
  • Why reductionism? What is the rationale of reductionism? If it is justified, why not reduce Matter into consciousness. Obviously Matter and Consciousness are two parts of a greater whole. The search for the whole is knowledge.
  • Let us look at all phenomena from the point of view of a part or a whole. Our aim should be to move to the whole, not the part.
  • The occult world exists, not only subtle phenomenon. It is necessary for us to know the occult and the subtle. Is not science itself occult?
  • We must found the Science of Life, Science of Mind and Science of Spirit so that Science will emerge including Matter, Life, Mind and Spirit.
  • One way to approach the question is to take up unresolved issues of every branch and approach them from the partial and total view. Whichever view yields greater results must be accepted and the other discarded.
  • Science cannot insist on being irrational.
  • She has to establish her credentials to rationality.
  • She must define rationality and live up to that.
  • Science that is not rational is not worth its name.
  • Science cannot and should not serve anti-human causes. It has no right to be inhuman, anti-life. She has no right to serve evil. Evil is to be eradicated. If science insists on serving evil, its claim must be denied and destroyed.

story | by Dr. Radut