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Constructs a provocative theory of formative causation in which nature's systems are shaped not by universal laws but by a "morphic field."
"Few of us recognize revolutions in the making. Anyone who wants to be able to say in the future, 'I was there,' had better read The Presence of the Past."
"Rupert Sheldrake is the most controversial scientist on Earth."
"So compelling that it sets the reader to underlining words and scribbling notes in the margin."