Will Physicalism’s Monopoly in Education Be Challenged — By Science?

Separation of church and state in our nation has led to the ban against any idea involving intention, design, a creator or God. But science and popular culture are adopting ideas of a multiverse, of superintelligences, of simulated worlds and transhumanism. These include the belief that our world is created and manipulated by an intelligence far beyond our own. Will these ideas also be rejected? Or will they show that the current interpretation of the constitution is unfairly biased? This is the 22nd post in the series The Case Against



Is consciousness produced by the physical material of the brain or is it “something more?” The issue is a major dividing line between physicalists and anti-physicalists with big implications for our culture and values.

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Gerald R. Baron

Husband, father, grandfather, mostly-retired, farm advocate, author, communicator. Deeply curious about science, nature, spirit and history.