Índice del libro 'Ciencia, Razón y Fe'
Table of contents of the book 'Science, Reason and Faith'.
Author: Mariano Artigas
Date of publication: Pamplona: Eunsa, 2004
I. GALILEO: AN UNSOLVED PROBLEM
The origin of science and religion
The real history
Modern science and the Christian cultural matrix
Stanley Jaki's thesis
Abortions and Dead Roads
The Galileo case
The causes of the conflict
A deplorable conflict
A pending problem
Other current echoes of the Galileo case
II. THE RELIABILITY OF EXPERIMENTAL SCIENCE
Three dimensions of reliability
Reliability and control
The demonstrability of scientific knowledge
Hard" science and "soft" science
Successful applications of the scientific knowledge
The progress of experimental science
The real reliability of science
III. SCIENTIFIC MATERIALISM
The webs of experimental science
An old claim
The polemic of materialism
What is subject?
The new scientific materialism
Materialism and the human person
Materialism and science
Emergence and supervenience
IV. SCIENTIFIC DETERMINISM AND HUMAN FREEDOM
What is sociobiology?
Consilience: The unity of the knowledge
Open universe" or "closed universe"?
Clouds and clocks
Is indeterminism real?
An impossible miracle
Beyond the subject
Can there be freedom without God?
V. EVOLUTIONISM AND CHRISTIANITY
The origin of the universe
The origin of life
The origin of species
The origin of man
The evolutionary worldview
God's action in the world
VI. SCIENTIFIC VERIFICATION
The Vienna Circle
A systematised tradition
The verification principle
Verification and falsification
Karl Popper's quest
The labyrinth of certainty
Science in the face of science Philosophy
Is there such a thing as scientific truth?
In defence of truth
VII. THE LIMITS OF SCIENCE
Optimistic and pessimistic scientism
What is science?
Physics and religion
Standing up to science
The blind watchmaker
The contradictions of scientism
A scientific messianism
Science and ethics
Elimination of the supernatural?
What about the human sciences?
What are the limits of science?
VIII. SCIENCE AND FAITH: A POSITIVE PARTNERSHIP
Autonomy and engagement of science
Theoretical commitment: science and truth
Science and human life
Faith financial aid to science
Practical commitment: science in the service of mankind
Science and transcendence
Science and conscience
IX. SCIENCE, REASON AND FAITH
Science, reason and faith
Reflective capacity, science and truth
Modalities of truth
Truth and belief
The unity of knowledge
Science and wisdom
The Galileo case, in reverse
The assumptions of science and the impact of its progress
Three concluding considerations
X. SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND HUMANISM
Chance and necessity
A new thermodynamics
The self-organisation of the subject
New science, new Philosophy
The new alliance
A scientific messianism?
The natural Philosophy
Science, natural finality and the existence of God
The construction of a new humanism
Science and values
The problems of technological reason