Arthur M. Young

Philosopher, Inventor

1905 – 1995

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Who was Arthur M. Young?

Arthur Middleton Young was an American inventor, helicopter pioneer, cosmologist, philosopher, astrologer and author. Young was the designer of Bell Helicopter's first helicopter, the Model 30, and inventor of the stabilizer bar used on many of Bell's early helicopter designs. He founded the "Institute for the Study of Consciousness" in Berkeley in 1972. Young advocated a process theory, which is a form of integral theory. These theories attempt to integrate the realm of human thought and experience with the realm of science so that the concept of universe is not limited to that which can be physically measured. Young's theory embraces evolution and the concept of the great chain of being. He has influenced such thinkers as Stanislav Grof and Laban Coblentz.

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Born
Nov 3, 1905
Also known as
  • Arthur Young
  • Arthur M Young
Nationality
  • United States of America
Profession
Education
  • Princeton University
Died
May 30, 1995
Berkeley

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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