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McFarlane, Thomas J. (2016),
“Nicholas of Cusa and the Infinite” Rosicrucian Digest, Volume 94, Number 1, 2016.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (2015),
“The Philosophy of Science Without An Object” Sangha: The Franklin Merrell-Wolff Newsletter, Winter 2015 (part I), Spring 2015 (part II).
McFarlane, Thomas J. (2014),
“The Non-dual Root of Science and Religion” Rose+Croix Journal, Vol 10., 41-59.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (2011),
“The Distinct Nature of Physics and Cosmos” The Foundational Questions Institute4th place winner, 2011 Essay Contest.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (2008),
“A Peculiarly Beautiful Path to Yoga” Sangha: The Franklin Merrell-Wolff Newsletter, Summer 2008 (part I), Fall 2008 (part II). [related video, 55 min., streamed]
McFarlane, Thomas J. (2007),
“Open to the Infinite”. Invited essay contribution to The Vision Project, 2007.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (2003),
“The Heart of Franklin Merrell-Wolff’s Philosophy”Sangha: The Franklin Merrell-Wolff Newsletter, Fall 2003 (part I) and Winter 2004 (part II).
McFarlane, Thomas J. (2003),
“Cultivating Your Dream Life”Center Voice: The Newsletter of the Center for Sacred Sciences, Summer-Fall 2003.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (2001),
“Questioning the Scientific Worldview”Center Voice: The Newsletter of the Center for Sacred Sciences, Summer-Fall 2001.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (2001),
A Critical Look at Ken Wilber’s Four Quadrant ModelSangha: The Franklin Merrell-Wolff NewsletterJanuary-February 2001. Also republished at Integral World, August 2009.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (2000),
“Quantum Physics”, in Contemporary American Religion. Roof, Wade Clark, ed. (New York: Macmillan Library Reference USA).
McFarlane, Thomas J. (2000),
“Quantum Healing”, in Contemporary American Religion. Roof, Wade Clark, ed. (New York: Macmillan Library Reference USA).
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1999),
“The Illusion of Materialism: How Quantum Physics Contradicts the Belief in an Objective World Existing Independent of Observation”Center Voice: The Newsletter of the Center for Sacred Sciences, Summer-Fall 1999.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1996),
“Integral Science: Toward a Comprehensive Science of Inner and Outer Experience”Journal of the Western Regional Chapter of the Alternative Natural Philosophy Association, 6 (2), pp. 4-15.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1997),
“Integral Science: An Overview”Proceedings of the 13th Annual Meeting of the Alternative Natural Philosophy Association, Western Chapter, Stanford University, February 16, 1997.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1998),
“Mathematics: The Bridge to an Integral Science of Experience”Consciousness Research Abstracts: Toward a Science of Consciousness III, Tucson, Arizona, 27 April 1998, p. 63 [84]
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1992),
“Symmetry in Science and Religion”Center Voice: The Newsletter of the Center for Sacred Sciences, Eugene, Oregon, Fall 1992.

Unpublished

McFarlane, Thomas J. (2011/2007/2001),
“Distinction and the Foundations of Arithmetic”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (2004),
“The Integral Sphere: A Mathematical Mandala of Reality”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (2000),
“Mathematical Poetics of Enlightenment”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (2000),
“EEG Correlates of Stages of Meditative Quiescence: a Pilot Study”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (2000),
“Genuine Mysticism”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (2000),
“Love and Knowledge: Two Paths to the One”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (2000),
“Redemptive Love”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (2000),
“Process and Emptiness: A Comparison of Whitehead’s Process Philosophy and Mahayana Buddhist Philosophy”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (2000),
“Quantum Physics, Depth Psychology and Beyond”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1999),
“Nicholas of Cusa and the Infinite”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1998),
“Poetry, Parable and Proof”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1998),
“Plato’s Parmenides”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1998),
“The Nature of Time”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1998),
“Gnosis in the School of St. Thomas”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1998),
“Principles of Cosmic Creativity”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1997),
“Relativity: Inside and Out”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1997),
“Genesis: A Creation Story Inspired by Modern Physics”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1995),
“Quantum Mechanics and Reality”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1995),
“Science: Physical and Spiritual”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1995),
“Reflections on the Absolute”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1994),
“The Spiritual Function of Mathematics”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1994),
“The Play of Distinction”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1991),
“Symmetry in Science and Religion”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1990),
“Kant and Mathematical Knowledge”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1989),
“The Meaning of Sunyata in Nagarjuna’s Philosophy”.
McFarlane, Thomas J. (1988),
“Consciousness and Quantum Mechanics”.

 

One Response “Articles” →
  1. Wow! Your essay ‘The Play of Distinctions’ is the best thing I’ve read for a long time. Now for all the others. What a goldmine of good sense.

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