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 Exploring Goethean Science at Schumacher College  New window
 Schumacher course: Living Science Creatively, introduces the reader to the need for a new science, Goethe's science, and includes the plant world and the leaf sequence. This emerging discipline emphasizes the active involvent of the researcher.
 Goethe comes to New York  New window
 Kevin Dann, professor of history of science at the University of Vermont, was interested in "Americanizing" Goetheanism at a gathering in New York. There is also a need to move Goetheanism out of the "anthroposophical camp". This was a central motive of the Teacherís College of Columbia University, represented in Professor Douglas Sloan.
 Goethean Science  New window
 Introduction to Goethean spiritual science and supersensible perception, metamorphosis of plants, compared to conventional science
 Hegge Article  New window
 Transcending Darwinism in the Spirit of Goethe's Science: A Philosophical Perspective on the Works of Adolf Portmann - by Hjalmar Hegge
 This course is premised on the conviction that science and the arts are constantly influencing one another in the way we conceive the world and formulate our questions as we investigate it from various vantage points: empirical investigation, philosophical interrogation, mythical explanation.
 This thesis presents a new version of the old philosophical idea that understanding is a process that mirrors the world. This thesis proposes a broad perspective on image analysis, on how biological visual system are organized, on how they learn, and from there explores some ramifications on imagination, and on bio-cultural evolution.
 Tom Mellett on Goethean Epistemology  New window
 Tom Mellett's paper: "Goethean Science: Bringing Chaos to Order by Looking Phenomena Right in the I" presented at the Goethe: Chaos & Complexity Symposium at Purdue University, April, 1999

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