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David Bohm

David Bohm was a physicist and thinker who proposed an alternative approach to the conventional version of quantum theory, as well as proposing that a new Implicate Order lay behind what could be thought of as our surface perception of reality. Bohm’s ideas extended beyond theoretical physics and included reflections on the nature of creativity and the order of society and the individual. He also proposed a dialogue process where a group of 30–40 people would meet together over an extended period. While viewed in certain quarters as something of a maverick, his ideas remain influential.