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Prof. Rupert Sheldrake - Morphic Resonance, Collective Momory, and the Habits of Nature

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Professor Sheldrake talks on his hypothesis of formative causation, whereby self-organizing systems such as crystals, plants and animals tune into a collective memory, provided by “morphic resonance” from previously existing, similar systems. Look forward to a stimulating discussion after the lecture!

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