Kant on religion and science: Independence or integration?

Zygon 41 (3):727-746 (2006)
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Keywords beauty as a symbol of the moral  intelligent design  deontological ethics  teleology  Whitehead's aesthetics  self‐legislation  Barbour's models of religion and science  aesthetics  Kant's theoretical knowledge  Kant's monism  Kant's practical knowledge  autonomy  process theology  heteronomy  artificial intelligence
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