Network Review Summer 1999

Issue No: 70




Personal Experience

  • Introduction: What TASTE is About – Charles T. Tart


Network News

Reports from Local Groups

Blaker Foundation News

Members’ News and Notices

Members’ Articles

News and Notices

Forthcoming Events

Review Section

Science and the Philosophy of Science

  • Brave New Worlds: Genetics and the Human Experience Bryan Appleyard
  • Beyond Evolution: Human Nature and the Limits of Evolutionary Explanation Anthony O’Hear
  • The Bohm-Biederman Correspondence: David Bohm and Charles Biederman ed Paavo Pylkkanen
  • Space from Zeno to Einstein: Classic readings with a contemporary commentary ed Nick Huggett
  • The Fabric of Reality David Deutsch

Medicine and Health

  • Planet Medicine, Volume I, Origins, Volume II, Modalities Richard Grossinger
  • Pathway Into Sunrise Esme Ellis
  • The Therapeutic Relationship in Complementary Health Care Annie Mitchell and Maggie Cormack
  • Medicine for the Whole Person E. K. Ledermann

Religion and Philosophy

  • In the Dark Places of Wisdom Peter Kingsley
  • Whatever Happened to the Soul? eds Warren S. Brown, Nancy Murphy and H Newton Malony
  • From Soul to Self ed M. James C. Crabbe
  • Jesus The Son of Man Kahlil Gibran
  • The Golden Rule Jeffrey Wattles
  • Utopias, Dolphins and Computers Mary Midgeley (SMN)
  • Anima: Evidence of a Yogic Siddhi Stephen M. Phillips (SMN)


  • On the Sublime: in Psychoanalysis, Archetypal Psychology and Psychotherapy Ed. Petruska Clarkson
  • Buddha’s Nature: Evolution as a Practical Guide to Enlightenment Wes Nisker
  • Human Nature and the Millenium: Reflections on the Integration of Psychology and Christianity Malcolm Jeeves
  • The Pool of Memory Michal Levin
  • The Hidden Door Peter and Elizabeth Fenwick The Inner Eye Joan Windsor

Ecology/Economics/Future Studies

  • Religion and the Order of Nature Seyyed Hossein Nasr (SMN)
  • Biopiracy Vandana Shiva
  • Third Millennium Equipoise Vinod Saighal


  • Rewriting the Self: histories from the Renaissance to the present ed Roy Porter

Video Reviews

Books in Brief

Science/Philosophy of Science




Future Studies/Economics/Ecology


Death and Dying

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