The Religion of the Future was published in April of 2014 by Harvard University Press. I place here a complete draft of the book. Beginning with a criticism of major orientations in the spiritual history of humanity, it argues for a radical revision of the moral, political, and metaphysical ideas that have informed the revolutionary orthodoxy of the West, with its two-fold roots in the Semitic religions of salvation and in the modern secular projects of democracy and romanticism. It should be read alongside The Self Awakened (2007) and my work in natural philosophy, The Singular Universe and the Reality of Time (with Lee Smolin).
The Singular Universe and the Reality of Time, written with Lee Smolin, was published by Cambridge University Press in 2015. Together with The Self Awakened and The Religion of the Future, this work of natural philosophy generalizes my ideas. It presents, in the context of an engagement with cosmology and physics, the vision of a universe in which everything, including the structure and the laws of nature, changes sooner or later.
Thinking about the almost unthinkable.