Stuart Kauffman writes from a scientific/philosophical position about the need, post-modernity, to re-enchant the world and, thereby, create a new vision other than the destructive global capitalism we are currently living with.
The living world is not what we have thought. It is beyond Newtonian entailing law, its becoming is not fully knowable beforehand and, to borrow from Heraclitus, life bubbles forth.
A good essay, and one that opens itself for the sorts of theological considerations that excite me (see my sermon from yesterday, for instance).
It also fits well with the conference I attended last week, and that makes sense, since Kauffman has written before about the influence of Whitehead on his thought.