The Mind of the Universe: Understanding Science and Religion
Templeton Foundation Press, 2001 - 364 pages
Provides a study in which a presentation of physical discoveries is combined with a rational search for philosophical presuppositions of science. This book makes a contribution to the dialogue between religion and science, and presents the explanatory patterns that offer scientists, philosophers, and artists a philosophical unity on the topic.
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On one extreme of the debate concerning science and religion today are those who mistake the stagnant and mechanistic view of the universe propagating by certain Enlightenment thinkers for the ... Read full review