ARS UNA

Connecting Arts, Religion and Sciences - Philosophy of Development

A modern Middle Way in Institutions and  Private Life  (in English and German)

ARS UNA
bringing art, religion and sciences closer together


Could it make sense to combine

ART, RELIGION, and SCIENCES?


A new philosophy of development leads to insight:



Boundaries and breaking taboos are essential for growth and development.
Growth IS LIMITED by boundaries.
Development EXCEEDS boundaries.  


But how to find out this kind of philosophy?
Humans (and higher animals already) consist of a head, upper body, lower body and extremities.


The head stands for perception and rationality.
The upper body stands for renewable energy and feelings.
The lower body stands for power and assertiveness.
The extremities stand for activities and moving around.


Using all parts together seems to be important.



Arguments of the articles and ebooks:


Our body seems to have four dimensions.
Is each dimension defined by a dual pair of two properties?
Can all life, all culture, and all Nature be described by four dimensions?    


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