Ce que le théisme demande à la science

Laval Théologique Et Philosophique 58 (3):457-487 (2002)
Abstract
Close attention to levels of organization leads one to doubt the random character of the regulations of the cosmos as a whole. Scientific knowledge seems able, after all, to bring into focus the enigma of the individual histories that have shaped the world. Religious consciousness of a personal destiny should be analogically linked to the destiny of the universe in which it is rooted.
Keywords science and theology  theism  systems theory  immortality  systems theory  information theory  epistemology  natural theology
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