Green is the colour of nature (photosynthesis) in reflecting the one colour it doesn’t need.
Things seen as causes of consciousness depend on an eventuality that is conspicuously more than those causes.
We know by the fact of knowing as much as of the fact of the facts known.
The fact that an objective world can be separated from our subjective world in an act of knowing owes to the fact of the subject, not the object.
It is a myth that science can explain the bigger picture by subtracting everything from the picture in order to identify an original cause.
Causality is a contextual reality in a context that now includes our line of sight.
The universe is incomplete in all its objective causes and states – which can now be seen as a prelude to the presence of an extensive subjective dimension.
Facts speak to us only insofar as we select them for that purpose.
Science remains a natural philosophy insofar as it doesn’t exist without the need to know – which an objective world doesn’t seem to share with us.
No fact exists on its own, especially a known fact – and the world alone is not enough to account for the fact of knowledge.
Science changes the world through the thinking by which the world became more than it was.
Every perceived fact is a fact made of perception.
It is not the facts that generate a truth or falsity, but our values – our vested interests held in a point of view.
It seems unthinkable that we need to think outside the world that ‘science has given us’ in order to see a world in which science represents but one form of thinking – in which thinking makes science what it is.
We become victims of our own prejudices in judging ourselves by the scientific standards we impose on the world.