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11. Divine Action Topic: Stoeger, William R., S.J. “The Mind-Brain Problem,...
due to the subjective and holistic character of mental phenomena; in fact, it is not yet clear what would count as an adequate model for explaining the mental in terms of brain processes. The sense of “laws of nature” that one
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12. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Shaking the Foundations: The Implication...
has given way to a more holistic approach to physical systems. See the EPR Paradox . Most basic of all, the classical assumptions of continuity and divisibility (that between any two points there is an infinite number of intermediate
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13. Divine Action Topic: Redhead, Michael. “The Tangled Story of Nonlocalit...
either indeterminism or holistic nonseparability. The author sees these as having important theological implications: indeterminism is important for theories of divine action on particular occasions, while holism is an anti- reductionist
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14. Divine Action Topic: Polkinghorne, John. “Physical Process, Quantum Eve...
causality of an holistic kind (‘active information’).” Perhaps the equations of classical physics are “downward emergent” approximations of a more complex account of macroscopic physics as well as “upward
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15. Divine Action Topic: Polkinghorne, John. “The Laws of Nature and the La...
Thus constitutive and holistic laws must be combined in some way. Polkinghorne’s proposal is that, to our usual notions of upward emergence (which address the qualitative novelty of mind and life), we must add “downward
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16. Divine Action Topic: Peters, Ted. “The Trinity In and Beyond Time."
, who draws on holistic principles to interpret eschatology . Such principles have important scientific as well as theological warrant. Proleptic eschatology adds to the whole/part dialectic of science the claim that the whole is
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