The David Bohm Papers recently updated their site and added a lot of new documents for download as PDF files than were never previously available on the internet before. In total we have counted 119 scanned documents so far.
Most of these documents pertain to Bohm’s work in physics, but there are also several pertaining to his views on thought, culture, humanity’s crises, and related topics.
As an example here is a sampling from the David Bohm Papers:
We have begun to update our David Bohm Articles and Essays section to reflect this new material.
We have updated the interviews page and linked to two more interviews, one of which we had not encountered before, the 1986 Science Today interview.
We also added two new entries to the secondary sources section.
Special thanks goes to Prof. Dr. Angelika C. Wagner who provided us a physical copy of her excellent interview with David Bohm. You can read this interview on our website: An Interview with David Bohm by Prof. Dr. Angelika C. Wagner (Janunary 1987).
We made a minor update to the art section, influences section, and we added a new interview titled Issues in Physics, Psychology, and Metaphysics: A Conversation.
See our video listing for the documentary Quantum Entanglement Documentary.
We are currently digitizing an interview that has not been made
available to internet before. This interview between David Bohm and
Prof. Dr. Angelika C. Wagner took place on January 9th, 1987. A special
thanks to Prof. Dr. Angelika C. Wagner for locating and providing the
David Bohm Society this interview.
The following is the introduction to the interview:
January 9, 1987, I interviewed David Bohm at Birkbeck College, London,
about issues of how consciousness gets into conflict with itself.
Dr. David Bohm is an eminent theoretical physicist, a former associate
of Einstein, whose theory of the enfolded-unfolding universe (Bohm,
1980) deals with issues of quantum physics as well as human
consciousness. His new paradigm of the ‘holomovement’ (Wilber, 1982)
has tremendous implications not only for physics but also for education
and psychology. In his dialogues with the philosopher and mystic, J.
Krishnamurti (Bohm/Krishnamurti 1985), both of them probed the question
of “the ending of (psychological) time”.
How does this notion of a
holographic mind relate to the issues of change which are central to
the field of education and psychotherapy? This was the basic question
and the starting point for the present interview.