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#### Abstract

Mathematicians and scientists have for a long time tried to understand why mathematics, a subjective creation of the human intellect, is so effective in the sciences, which study the objective, physical world. Satisfactory reasons have not been found because there has not been a comprehensive understanding of the relationship between the subjective and the objective aspects of life. In this paper we will see that Maharishi’s Vedic Science, by explaining the link between the subjective realm where mathematics is located and the objective world that science examines, can resolve this problem in a natural way.

#### DOI

10.5642/hmnj.200101.25.07

#### Recommended Citation

Gorini, Catherine A.
(2001)
"The Natural Role of Mathematics in the Sciences: How Maharishi's Vedic Science Answers the Question of the Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Sciences," *Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal*: Iss.
25, Article 7.

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http://scholarship.claremont.edu/hmnj/vol1/iss25/7