Connecting Arts, Religion and Sciences - Philosophy of Development

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

ARS UNA    Common ground for development
Art, Religion and Sciences - Uniting, Natural and Alternative

ARS UNA was launched in 2010 as an initiative to bring art, religiousness, and both humanities and natural sciences closer together. A common basis could indeed be found in modern philosophy. But both the inherent prevalent rationality, which is regarded as exaggerated, and also the high intellectual demands are increasingly met with skepticism. It is not the impossibility of explaining all existence, but an alternative philosophy of development, not a fixed morality, but a practical and modern approach for the individual as well as the community, which can lead to justified desirable simplification without fundamentalism.   
Higher emphasis on the still insufficiently conscious meaning of recursion entails dynamic. Reduced emphasis on only seemingly rational notions of mythical creation and of an unprovable big bang give back greater importance to not exclusively rational areas and thus to a life-style that is better capable of conflict resolution. A modern Middle Way could go beyond Buddhist conceptions. Under modernity, personal dynamism is understood instead of fundamentalist statics.  

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