Goals and Strategy

C-FAR promotes research aimed at developing a coherent and valid understanding of the nature of the world and our place in it. We believe that such insights will promote positive social change and bring about technologies and practices that enhance human welfare.

Our work involves the development of systematic and multi-disciplinary approaches to the study of controversial or open issues in science and philosophy, and making the fundamental concepts involved in such research precise and clear.

We investigate the mounting evidence that the world is complex in ways that question materialism, and interactively connected in ways that challenge reductionism. We are particularly interested in what unusual human experiences reveal about the deep nature of everyday experience. By fostering decisive research projects we aim to contribute to the building of a deeper and more competent paradigm.



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