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31. Divine Action Topic: Peacocke, Arthur. “Biological Evolution - A Positi...
in turn was elevated to a metaphysical principle by Jacques Monod, who rejected God’s involvement in evolution, but Peacocke disagrees. Instead, chance connotes the many ways in which potential forms of organization are thoroughly explored
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32. Divine Action Topic: Stoeger, Willam R., S.J. “The Immanent Directional...
the epistemological and metaphysical assumptions which underlie his approach. He then turns to a lengthy discussion of the scientific account of directionality drawing on such areas as cosmology , astronomy, chemistry, geophysics, biology,
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33. Divine Action Topic: Stoeger, William R. “Epistemological and Ontologic...
Stoeger’s essential metaphysical presuppositions, then, are the principle of sufficient reason (what we observe in some way points to an underlying cause) and the principle of relationality (the reality with which we interact is a part of
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34. Genetics Topic: Are We Asking Our Scientists to Play God?
attempt to give metaphysical meaning to its emerging technological relationship with nature.” Rifkin’s message is that we ought to let nature be. In advocating this hands off policy, Rifkin does not appeal to any
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35. Divine Action Topic: Happel, Stephen “The Soul and Neuroscience: Possib...
coheres with Aquinas’s metaphysical vocabulary regarding intellectual powers: the world of interiority that Husserl examines turns from the consciousness of the subject to a self- reflexive knowledge of that subject; the unified body and
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36. Divine Action Topic: Gilkey, Langdon. “The God of Nature.”
upon a particular metaphysical structuring of experience. Consequently, the aspects of nature suggested by the sciences must be represented in ontological categories. Beyond and through the abstractions of the scientific
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37. Biography: Sir John Templeton
and Religious Science. Those metaphysical churches espouse a non-literal view of heaven and hell, and suggest a shared divinity between God and humanity. "We realize that our own divinity arises from something more than merely being 'God's
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38. Science and Religion Topic: Stephen Meyer: The New Cosmology: Theistic Impl...
a need for some religious or metaphysical explanation. I believe in the concept of God and in His existence. Charles Townes, Nobel Laureate
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39. Divine Action Topic: Barbour, Ian. “Neuroscience, Artificial Intelligen...
provides a supportive metaphysical framework for understanding the concept of human nature that he has developed in this essay. Alfred North Whitehead ’s philosophy emphasizes processes or events rather than substances. These events
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40. Information Science Topic: Agency: Human, Robotic and Divine
within revised metaphysical systems. Process thinkers, for example, speculate that matter possesses a mental-like property that is undetectable in simple systems . Followers of Bohm see consciousness as an aspect of the underlying
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