Science, technology, and religious ideas, by M. H. Shale, G. W. Shields (eds), and _Varieties of Scientific Experience_, by L. S. Feuer [Book Review]

Heythrop Journal 40 (2):225-228 (1999)
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Are science and religion completely independent of each other? Can scientists work exclusively in the scientific domain without being influenced in any way by their own religious or other commitments? These questions have been treated in a number of ways in the course of history. In recent decades, advances in physics and biology have raised new possibilities for a deeper understanding of the issue and for a clearer picture of the right kind of interaction between science, religion, and moral values.

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Pontificia Universita Gregoriana


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