1. General Term: Epistemology
study of theories of knowledge or ways of knowing, particularly in the context
of the limits or validity of the various ways of knowing.
is concerned with the nature, extent, sources and legitimacy of
2. Biography: Wentzel van Huyssteen
of science and religious epistemology . Van Huyssteen
is married to Hester van Huyssteen and they have four children.
J. Wentzel van Huyssteen was Head of the Department of Religion at the
University of Port Elizabeth, South Africa, from
3. Biography: Stacey Ake
Bioethics, Existentialism , Epistemology , Ethics, Philosophy of Film, and Philosophy of Science at St. Vincent College in Latrobe, PA, USA, the University of Delaware, Newark, DE, USA, and at Denmark's Independent Study Program at the University
4. Biography: Francisco Ayala
issues concerning epistemology , ethics, and the philosophy of
for Francisco Ayala
5. Biography: Brian Cantwell-Smith
issues in the foundations of epistemology , ontology , and
Spirituality, and Computing Technologies
for Brian Cantwell-Smith
6. Biography: Karl Peters
of God and evolution, epistemology in science
and religion, world religions and the environment, and religious and
philosophical issues in medicine.
of One Unitarian Universalist on Cloning and
7. Biography: Kirk Wegter McNelly
rationality to scientific epistemology ; in
the spring of 1995 he received the seminarys first Neidhardt Prize in
Theology and Science. In the fall of the same year, Kirk joined Dr. Robert John
Russell at the GTU to pursue doctoral
8. Divine Action Topic: Polkinghorne, John. The Metaphysics of Divine Act...
way of going from epistemology to ontology , but the
strategy of critical realism is to maximize the connection. This leads most
physicists, he claims, to interpret Heisenberg s uncertainty principle as
implying an actual
9. Itnerdisciplinary Topic: Atheology
behaviours as the favoured epistemology .
Moral-theological and salvation-historical stories about people as Gods
creatures who had sinned and fallen but could be saved, and who were
moral agents in society were replaced with
10. General Term: Campbell, Donald
to evolutionary epistemology
and especially for introducing the concept of downward causation .
by: Dr. Nancey Murphy
for Campbell, Donald