Oriental Philosophy and Modern Science
Raja Ramanna
THE TAO OF PHYSICS by Fritjof Capra Wildwood House, London, 1976, 150 pp., 90.00
July 1976, volume 1, No 3

It is the usual impression that oriental know­ledge essentially consists of speculation concerning the ultimate nature of things beyond what is avail­able by pure observation. The elucidations of these problems are entirely philosophical in nature and concern the Supreme Brahman as the ultimate goal for the purpose of knowing what we are. At least, this is what an ordinary student, whether he be tra­ined in Indian philosophy or not, is led to believe.

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