Penser la science et la foi par la passion de la recherche. À propos de Chercheurs en science, chercheurs de sens
Laval Théologique Et Philosophique 67 (1):149-154 (2011)
|Abstract||This critical notice was occasioned by the reading of a recent monograph, published at the end of 2009, which features a dialogue and a mutual critical assessment of the work of a microbiologist, also a priest from the Mission de France, and an astrophysicist who was agnostic. The book inquires into the motivations of scientific research, looks at the quest for a Creator behind the said work when done by a believer, and tries to retrieve the spiritual presuppositions that would be present at the heart of the same type of work when carried over without a religious affiliation or confession.|
|Keywords||science and religion ethics of research faith and rationality|
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