The Role of Philosophy in the Religion-Science Dialogue

Philosophy and Culture 32 (4):109-118 (2005)
This article about the philosophy of religion and science dialogue contribution. Lang Nepalese with the root the main two books: Insight and theological method . This paper advocates the philosophy of religion and science dialogue has three functions: understand the knowledge of science and religion, to provide the right people learn the concept of science and religion, religious traditions, research methods and interpretation. This article discusses the contribution that philosophy can make to the religion and science dialogue. Two works of Bernard Lonergan are the basis of this study, Insight: A Study of Human Understanding and Method in Theology . Three functions of philosophy in the religion science dialogue are stressed: an understanding of scientific and religious knowing, providing an adequate understanding of the human person in both science and religion, and providing a methodology and a methodology and a hermeneutic to study a religious tradition
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