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Bibliography

Apart from the texts accessible on line in the section of Documents, there are references here, ordered following the same six headings.

More bibliography in other languages can be found in the spanish version of this page.

Sections

Origin of the universe Evolution Order, complexity, and finality
Nature and person Science and truth Science and religion

Return to index of sectionsOrigin of the universe

  • Carroll, W. "Big Bang Cosmology, Quantum Tunneling from Nothing, and Creation", Laval Théologique et Philosophique, 44 (1988), pp. 59-75.
  • Zycinski, Joseph. "Metaphysics and Epistemology in Stephen Hawking's Theory of the Creation of the Universe", Zygon, 31 (1996), pp. 269-284.

In the Interdisciplinary Encyclopaedia of Religion and Science there are quite complete entries with bibliography on the following items:

Anthropic Principle, by G. Tanzella-Nitti
Cosmology, by W. R. Stoeger
Creation, by G. Tanzella-Nitti
Sky, by G. Tanzella-Nitti
Universe, by J. J. Sanguineti

Return to index of sectionsEvolution

  • Artigas, M., Glick, T., and Martinez, R., Negotiating Darwin: The Vatican’s Policy Towards Evolutionism, 1877-1902 (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press). In press.

In the Interdisciplinary Encyclopaedia of Religion and Science there are quite complete entries with bibliography on the following items:

Evolution, by L. Galleni
Geology, by F. Abbona
Man, origin and nature, by F. Facchini

Return to index of sectionsOrder, complexity, and finality

  • Agazzi, E. «Reductionism as Negation of the Scientific Spirit», en: Agazzi, E. (ed.), The Problem of Reductionism in Science (Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1991), pp. 1-29.
  • Artigas, M. The Mind of the Universe (Philadelphia & London: Templeton Foundation Press, 2001), part II (“Self-Organization and Divine Action”), pp. 59-156.

In the Interdisciplinary Encyclopaedia of Religion and Science there are quite complete entries with bibliography on the following items:

Bioethics, by A. Spagnolo
Determinism/Indeterminism, by A. Strumia
Infinity, by G. Basti
Information, by E. Sarti
Laws of Nature, by G. Tanzella-Nitti
Matter, by A. Strumia
Mechanics, by A. Strumia
Quantum Mechanics, by J. Polkinghorne
Reductionism, by J. Polkinghorne

Return to index of sectionsNature and person

  • Artigas, M. The Mind of the Universe (Philadelphia & London: Templeton Foundation Press, 2001), chapter 6 (“Man in Nature”), pp. 207-248.
  • Jaki, S. L. Angels, Apes and Men, 3ª ed. (La Salle, Illinois: Sherwood Sugden, 1988).

In the Interdisciplinary Encyclopaedia of Religion and Science there are quite complete entries with bibliography on the following items:

Ecology, by F. Facchini
Human embryo, by R. Colombo
Intelligence, artificial, by P. Mello
Medicine, by M. Pelaez
Mind-body relationship, by G. Basti
Nature, by G. Monastra
Progress, by G. Guismondi
Soul, by P. O’Callaghan
Technology, by G. Guismondi

Return to index of sectionsScience and truth

  • Artigas, M. Knowing Things for Sure. Philosophy of Experimental Science (Washington: Tha Catholic University of America Press). In press.
  • Artigas, M. The Ethical Nature of Karl Popper’s Theory of Knowledge (Bern: Peter Lang, 1999).
  • Artigas, M. The Mind of the Universe (Philadelphia & London: Templeton Foundation Press, 2001), chapter 5 (“Reading the Book of Nature”), pp. 159-205.

In the Interdisciplinary Encyclopaedia of Religion and Science there are quite complete entries with bibliography on the following items:

Analogy, by A. Strumia
Epistemology, by G. Guismondi
Experience, by R. Martinez
Idealism, by A. Salucci
Magisterium of Catholic Church, by M. Gargantini
Positivism, by M. Marsonet
Unity of Knowledge, by G. Tanzella-Nitti

Return to index of sectionsScience and religion

  • Artigas, M. The Mind of the Universe (Philadelphia & London: Templeton Foundation Press, 2001), chapter 8 (“The Meaning of Scientific Progress”), pp. 299-342.
  • Blackwell, R. J. “Galileo Galilei,” in: Science and Religion: A Historical Introduction, G. B. Ferngren ed. (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002), pp. 105-117.
  • Fantoli, A. Galileo for Copernicanism and for the Church, 2nd ed. (Vatican City State: Vatican Observatory Publications, 1996).
  • Grant, E. The Foundations of Modern Science in the Middle Ages. Their Religious, Institutional, and Intellectual Contexts (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996).
  • Jaki, S. L. Science and Creation: From Eternal Cycles to an Oscillating Universe, 2ª ed. (New York: Science History Publications, 1986).
  • Jaki, S. L. The Road of Science and the Ways to God, 3ª ed. (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1985).
  • Russell, C. A. “The Conflict of Science and Religion,” in: Science and Religion. A Historical Introduction, G. B. Ferngren ed. (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002), pp. 3-12.
  • Shea, W. R. and Artigas, M. Galileo in Rome. The Rise and Fall of an Uneasy Genius (New York: Oxford University Press, 2003).
  • Sobel, D. Galileo’s Daughter. A Historical Memoir of Science, Faith, and Love (New York: Walker, 1999).

In the Interdisciplinary Encyclopaedia of Religion and Science there are quite complete entries with bibliography on the following items:

Agnosticism, by G. Mura
Atheism, by G. Mura
Autonomy, by G. Tanzella-Nitti
Bethlehem, Star of, by M. Crudele
Culture, by G. Guismondi
Dialogue, Science and Theology, by R. J. Russell
Extraterrestrial Life, by G. Tanzella-Nitti
Fideism, by P. Poupard
God, by G. Tanzella-Nitti
Gospels, by G. Tanzella-Nitti
Jesus Christ, Incarnation, and doctrine of Logos, by G. Tanzella-Nitti
Miracle, by G. Tanzella-Nitti
Mystery, by G. Tanzella-Nitti
Myth, by J.M. Maldame
Natural sciences, in the work of theologians, by G. Tanzella-Nitti
New Age, by A. Porcarelli
Pantheism, by G. Tanzella-Nitti
Pontifical Academy of Sciences, by M. Sanchez Sorondo
Resurrection, by P. O’Callaghan
Sacred Scripture, by C. Basevi
Shroud of Turin, by G. Ghiberti

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