The most significant question of the twenty-first century may be: how can our world culture move from a religious and politically ideological, psychology/philosophy-based outlook to one that incorporates foundations of biology and modern cosmology? New discoveries in science, especially those in evolution, genetics, neuroscience, chemistry, and physics, are changing the way we see our selves and those around us. And it is causing us to think differently. To slowly replace old values and establish a new, more positive world view based on creativity and exploration will require artists, educators, journalists, and others, working closely together with scientists, to lead the way.
A Collection of Writings on Nature, Science, and Art by John Holland