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The 20th International Symposium on Unification Thought
“The Unity of Sciences and Unification Thought:
Unification Thought as the Basis for Harmony and Unity”

November 28 ~ December 1, 2008
Keio Plaza Hotel, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
Sponsored & organized by UTI

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Insights into Reverend Moon’s Philosophy of Peace
Thomas J. Ward; Co-Chair of the Research Institute for the Integration of World Thought
Dean of the International College; University of Bridgeport

Reflections of an American Patriot:
The Importance of Unification Thought for Our Modern Cultural Situation
David A. Carlson, Ph.D.

Are All Those Numbers in Our Solar System Just A Coincidence?
Adri de Groot

In Search for Unification Physics in view of Symmetry
-An Encounter of Physics with the Unification Principle-
Jin Choon Kim, Ph.D. Cheongshim Graduate School of Theology

The Turmoil in Today’s Godless Physics and Its Future Prospects
Otani

Establishment and Development of Unification Medical Science
from the viewpoint of Cognitive Science – Regarding spiritual cognition
Shigehiro Suzuki, Ph.D., M.D

Godism(Ⅱ):Theory of the Heavenly Kingdom and Its Historical Foundation
Dr. Chuan-Fong Chang, Vice President, UTI-Taiwan

“On Give-and-Receive Action between the Spirit Self and the Physical Self –
From the viewpoint of Modern Natural Science and Unification Thought”
Hiroshi Ishii, M.D., PhD

Unity of internal and external Truth: a Cosmology of two substantial Realms
in the Universe
Dr. Richard L. Lewis, U.S.A.

The Theory of Quantum Gravity and Cosmic Mind
Part I: Methodology of Unification in physics
— A new approach in scientific explanation of God —
Professor Bozhidar Paliushev, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
London Member of GINSE

The Particle Realm Viewed from Unification Thought
Chin-Ching Chang, UTI -TAIWAN

Cosmic Design and Unification Epistemology:
What Is It That Makes Science Possible?
Hisayoshi Watanabe, Professor Emeritus at Kyoto University, Japan