Rupert Sheldrake is a biologist and writer who pioneered the concept of "morphic resonance," or the idea that memory is inherent in all processes, and that laws, forms, thoughts and behaviours can mutate and evolve according to past events, much like living organisms. Here, in a classic except from Jeffrey Mishlove's Thinking Allowed, Sheldrake makes the case that it is the logical extension of the concept of evolution to consider all things - even the supposedly "transcendent" laws of nature - as having developed over time.
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