It’s here in today’s FT: Sir Crispen Tickell’s review of Rupert Sheldrake’s new book, The Science Delusion: Freeing the Spirit of Enquiry published in the UK by Coronet (I’ll need to check whether it’s available as an e-book).
Starts off with the premise that there are certain dogmas in present day scientific thought that may not be true and then goes off into the world of self-organization and complexity, and his theory of “morphic resonance”.
P.S. Sheldrake’s views on science are to say the least quite controversial. In fact, there are some who say it’s pseudoscience since, the argument goes, his theories are unfalsifiable.