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91. Divine Action Topic: Stoeger, William R.. “Describing God’s Action...
to influence events at the quantum level. Stoeger admits that this is a solution, and may in fact be the case, but he finds it unattractive. God’s working through secondary causes is almost always a function of God’s invitation, or
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92. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Book Section: Big Bang Cosmology and Theology
Hawking and the Growth of Quantum Cosmology The Hawking-Hartle Proposal for the Early Universe Theological Responses to Quantum Cosmology The ‘Anthropic Coincidences’ The Remarkable Uniformity of
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93. Theology and Big Bang Cosmology
Hawking and the Growth of Quantum Cosmology The Hawking-Hartle Proposal for the Early Universe Theological Responses to Quantum Cosmology The ‘Anthropic Coincidences’ The Remarkable
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94. Intro Topic: Vatican Conferences
complexity; the third was quantum cosmology ; the fourth was evolution; the fifth conference (held in July 1998) was focused around the brain/mind problem; and the sixth (held in 2000) was on the theme of quantum mechanics . At the evolution
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95. Intro Topic: A Theory of Everything
theory of relativity and quantum theory . Since general relativity describes the large scale, or cosmological, structure of the universe, and quantum theory describes the microscopic, or subatomic, structures, the unification of these theories
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96. Maddox Bibliography Topic: B. Introductions to the Philosophy of Science
Norris, Christopher. Quantum Theory and the Flight from Realism: Philosophical Responses to Quantum Mechanics . New York: Routledge, 2000. Polanyi , Michael. Personal Knowledge: Towards a Post-Critical Philosophy . Chicago,
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97. Resources: CTNS Recommended: Research Level
and C. J. Isham , eds. Quantum Cosmology and the Laws of Nature : Scientific Perspectives on Divine Action . (Vatican City State and Berkeley, CA: Vatican Observatory and CTNS, 1993). ISBN: 0268039763. ______, Nancey Murphy and
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98. Resources: CTNS/Vatican Observatory Conference Essays
Observatory, and entitled Quantum Cosmology and the Laws of Nature (1993), Chaos and Complexity (1995) and Evolution and Molecular Biology (1999), Neuroscience and the Human Person , and Quantum Mechanics (2001), each with the
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99. Interview: Did the Universe Have a Beginning?
Weinberg on The Future of Quantum Mechanics Play Trinh Xuan Thuan on Parallel Universes Play Anindita Balslev on Hindu Perspectives on Beginning Play
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100. Interview: Bob Russell
Take the great debates over quantum mechanics with Bohr , Einstein , and Schroedinger, and so on. Each of those folks took a particular point of view about what quantum mechanics should be, and formulated various theories. But if you look at
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