A clear example of this division is reflected in the way Ian Barbour developed
his two series of Gifford Lectures, although he also makes very clear
connections between the results of the first series and their implications for
the second. See Ian G. Barbour, Religion
in an Age of Science, Gifford Lectures; 1989-1990. (San Francisco:
Harper & Row, 1990). and Ian G. Barbour, Ethics in an Age of Technology,
Gifford Lectures; 1989-1991 (San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco, 1993).
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