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Born in Vienna, Austria, Capra earned a Ph.D. in theoretical physics from the University of Vienna in 1966. He has done research on particle physics and systems theory, and has written popular books on the implications of science, notably The Tao of Physics. The Tao of Physics makes an implication that physics and metaphysics are both inexorably leading to the same knowledge. His works all share a similar subtext: that "there are hidden connections between everything".
- The Tao of Physics (1975)
- The Turning Point (1982)
- Uncommon Wisdom (1988)
- The Web of Life (1997)
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