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11. General Term: Metaphysical
Enlightenment and the Scientific Revolution , experiments with, and observations of, the world became the yardsticks for measuring truth and reality. Therefore, our contemporary valuation of scientific knowledge over other forms of knowledge
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12. Intro Topic: History
Europe turned away from scientific thinking - the science, mathematics, and astronomy of the ancient Greeks was kept alive in the Islamic world, where it was further developed and enriched by Moslem scholars. In the thirteenth century when
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13. Interview: Cosmic Questions Clip Index
and Theologians who Welcome Scientific Knowledge Play Lawrence Kushner on the Similarities Between Scientific and Theological Questions Play Joel Primack on the
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14. Biography: Biography Index
and The Genetic Revolution Francis Collins - Physician-Geneticist, director of the National Human Genome Research Institute George V. Coyne, S.J. -
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15. Divine Action Topic: Ayala, Francisco J. “Darwin’s Devolution: Des...
in terms of gaps in the scientific account of nature - although the origin of the universe will always remain outside the bounds of scientific explanation. The essay concludes by acknowledging the success of science as a way of knowing, a
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16. Divine Action Topic: McMullin, Ernan. “Formalism and Ontology in Early ...
issues arise which divide scientific realists and nonrealists. With this in place, McMullin turns to the early history of astronomy and finds similar difficulties in moving from formalism to ontology. He starts with Greek astronomy, where
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17. Maddox Bibliography Topic: d. Recent Critiques of Naturalistic Darwinism (es...
William. The Design Revolution: Answering the Toughest Questions about Intelligent Design . Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity, 2004. Dembski, William, editor. Uncommon Dissent: Intellectuals Who Find Darwinism Unconvincing .
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18. Maddox Bibliography Topic: I. Historical and Social Background of Contempora...
Shapin, Steven. The Scientific Revolution . Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1996. Toulmin, Stephen. Cosmopolis: The Hidden Agenda of Modernity . New York: Free Press, 1990. Wertheim , Margaret. Pythagoras’
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19. Interview: Setting the Scene for Cosmic Questions
and Theologians who Welcome Scientific Knowledge Play Lawrence Kushner on the Similarities Between Scientific and Theological Questions Play Joel Primack on the
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20. General Term: Galileo (1564-1642)
for what is to come in the scientific revolution he instigates the idea that mathematics can apply precisely to the world around us and that we can produce mathematically framed laws that relate to this world. In relation to the reverence
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