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1. Biography: Holmes Rolston
Holmes Rolston Holmes Rolston III is widely recognized as the father of environmental ethics as a modern academic discipline. He has devoted his career to the development of a philosophical interpretation of the natural world and is
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2. Resources: CTNS Recommended: Intermediate Level
ISBN: 0800629701. Rolston , Holmes, III. Environmental Ethics: Duties to and Values in the Natural World (Ethics and Action). (Temple Univ., 1989). ISBN: 0877226288. ______. Science and Religion, a Critical Survey.
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3. Biography: Biography Index
Holmes Rolston III - Philosopher, Templeton Prize winner and author of Philosophy Gone Wild Steven P. Rose - Neurobiologist, editor of From Brains to
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4. Full Biography Index
Holmes Rolston Steven Rose Rustum Roy Pauline Rudd Michael Ruse Robert John Russell
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5. Divine Action Topic: Peters, Ted. “The Trinity In and Beyond Time."
Kretzmann, Ian Barbour and Holmes Rolston , each of whom suggest ways in which God might relate to the temporality of the cosmos . Still Peters claims that, to the extent that their proposals conceive of eternity as timeless, they all fail to
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6. Maddox Bibliography Topic: B. Introductions to Current Science/Theology Enga...
Press, 2000. Rolston II, Holmes. Science and Religion: a Critical Survey . Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 1987; reprint with new Introduction, West Conshohocken, PA: Templeton Foundation Press, 2006.
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7. Maddox Bibliography Topic: 8. Sociobiology / Evolutionary Psychology and Hum...
Press, 2002. Rolston III, Holmes. Genes, Genesis and God : Values and Their Origins in Natural and Human History . New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999. Rose, Stephen, et al . Alas Poor Darwin : Arguments
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