What is Natural Inclusion?


The term ‘natural inclusion’ was coined by natural scientist, Dr Alan Rayner, as the underlying reason for developing a comprehensive new evolutionary philosophy, which includes both the receiving and the giving aspects of Nature, including human nature. This new philosophy requires some re-thinking of what we mean by such terms as ‘space’, ‘energy’, ‘time’ and ‘matter’.


Currently predominant thinking, based on abstract human perceptions of space and physical boundaries, attempts to define natural phenomena, including ourselves, too rigidly, as independent objects that are completely separate from each other and their spatial surroundings. Hence both the receiving and the giving aspects of Nature are overlooked and we stumble far short of faithfully representing how life truly is and how we truly are.