Space, Time, and Science (OPERA OMNIA VOLUME XII)
By: Raimon Panikkar
The last volume in the complete works of the internationally renowned philosopher of religion Raimon Panikkar (1918-2010). As his longtime editor Milena Carrera Pavan notes in her description of this volume, for Panikkar, “We do not live in time and space: we are time and space. . . . Science and technology, born within Western culture, have led to great conquests, but the scientific mentality also threatens to impede true knowledge of reality.”
Panikkar, a pioneer in comparative religion, interreligious dialogue, and intercultural thought, is author of more than 40 books and 600 articles, including his Gifford Lectures of 1989, published in English by Orbis the year before he died (The Rhythm of Being).
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