Essays and other constructive reflections by scientists and philosophers relating to Rupert's scientific ideas.
Oliver Tickell, Resurgence & Ecologist PDF
A British journalist, author and campaigner on health and environment issues, Oliver's interview with Rupert, Living Well in the Non-Materialist World, appeared in the Jan, 2018 edition of Resurgence & Ecologist magazine.
Physicist David Bohm and Rupert Sheldrake PDF
A dialogue from A New Science of Life, Appendix B.
The Duttweiler Institute in Zurich, Switzerland's leading think tank, has measured the influence of the world's most important thinkers, placing Rupert at 68th.
In this ten minute introduction Richard Tarnas, Professor of Philosophy at California Institute of Integral Studies, and author of The Passion of the Western Mind outlines Sheldrake's qualities as an open-minded scientist.
On his website, Bernardo Kastrup's Metaphysical Speculations, the idealist philosopher and author recasts Rupert's hypothesis of morphic fields in light of his own philosophical idealism, wherein all of reality resides within the mind, and consciousness is all there is (March, 2012).
A warm introduction to Rupert by author and journalist Graham Hancock at the SYNCHRONICITY: Matter & Psyche Symposium, 2015.
An essay published in Frontier Perspectives (Vol 16 No 1, 2007), an English translation of the essay which first appeared in the book Rupert Sheldrake In Der Diskussion which presents a diversity of opinions about Sheldrake's hypothesis.
In his Masters dissertation Phillip Stevens examined whether scientists have treated Rupert fairly or not, given the precepts of the scientific community itself, and concludes that they have not. Stevens was interviewed about his dissertation on Skeptiko.
"I find his hypothesis to be one of the most innovative, careful, and refreshing scientific presentations of the last decade"
– Ken Wilber
"Rupert Sheldrake: the 'heretic' at odds with scientific dogma", February 2012.
A Critique of Modern Scientific Dogmatism in the West PDF in Chinese
By Prof Dehong Sun, Social Sciences Abroad 5, 2012
An Essay from February 2010.
Confirmation bias distorts thinking and causes people to slant all facts towards their preferred theory and away from opposing points of view. Matthew Cromer's June 4, 2007 post on Science is a Method not a Position, Tracking experiments and observations that shine light on the blind spots of reductionistic materialism a blog of outstanding interest.
A Spiritual Paradigm Shift For Healing And Wholeness: Biology Revisited, May 2006.
From Chris Brauer's blog, 14th January 2006.
"Paranormal is Normal, Controversial Scientist Says", USA TODAY, 26th February 2003.
"Challenging Dogmas in Science" Hosted by David Lorimer, from The Scientific and Medical Network
An article from Contemporary Philosophy, 2000.
"Heresy", Discover magazine, August 2000.
"Science Set Free - Good News for Lumbering Robots"
"The Science Delusion: Freeing the Spirit of Enquiry"
Ashok Gangadean, Haverford College Department of Philosophy DOC
"The Evolutionary Significance of Rupert Sheldrake's Science Set Free / The Science Delusion" by Ashok Gangadean, Margaret Gest Professor of Global Philosophy at Haverford College, Founder/Director of the Global Dialogue Institute.
"More big questions", The Spectator, 14 January 2012.
"We must find a new way of understanding human beings", The Guardian, Friday 27 January, 2012
Jason Goodwin, Country Life PDF
In "Searching for truths" Jason Goodwin applauds a book that avoids the usual dogma and reminds us of the excitement of scientific inquiry.
"Rupert Sheldrake's Alternative Science", Sunday Times, 19 February 2012.
Frank Armstrong, London Magazine PDF
John Poynton, Journal of the Society for Psychical Research Vol. 76.2, No. 907 PDF
"The Science Delusion: Freeing The Spirit of Enquiry"