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Galileo, Darwin, and Hawking : the interplay of science, reason, and religion
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Catholic Books Review: Phil DOWE, Galileo, Darwin, and Hawking.
Literature Theology Apocrypha and Pseu This fascinating book insightfully surveys the relationship of science, reason, and religion, giving special attention to the most contentious topics -- cosmology, evolution, and miracles. Providing a superb introduction to the philosophy of science, Dowe's Galileo, Darwin, and Hawking contends that there are four basic ways to relate science and religion. Two of them, naturalism and religious science , present these endeavors as antagonistic. By contrast, an independence view understands them as wholly unrelated. Finally, an interaction account sees religion and science as complementary -- perhaps even dependent on one another.
Dowe finds this last perspective the most historically and philosophically compelling. He argues his case by exploring the history of science, highlighting the life and work of three scientific giants: Darwins The Origin of Species.
Natural Selection or Special Creation? Darwin and Asa Gray. From the Monkey Jibe to the Monkey Trial. Big Bang Cosmology and God. Antirealist Accounts of Science. Scientific Realism and Inference to the Best Explanation. Antirealism in Philosophy of Religion.
The Image of God. Descartes Rationality and the Perspicuity of Nature. Francis Bacons Vision of Science and Technology. Bacon and the Cultural Mandate. TwentiethCentury Critiques of the Baconian Vision. The Mutual Relevance of Science and Religion.
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