B. Alan Wallace

A Quote by B. Alan Wallace on religion, science, fragmentation, and allan wallace

We are persons whose bodies can be objectively studied according to the impersonal laws of physics but whose minds are subjectively experienced in ways science has not yet been able to fathom. In short, by radically seperating science from religion, we are not merely segregating two human institutions; we are fragmenting ourselves as individuals and as a society in ways that lead to deep, unresolved conflicts in terms of our view of the world, our values, and our way of life.

B. Alan Wallace

Source: The Taboo of Subjectivity

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