I had fun with this post at Forbes. Included a video of my instructor from the Malkin Athletic Center at Harvard.
My post at Forbes on Pope Benedict’s recent founding of a new institute dedicated to examining the implications of science for philosophy–and theology. I think this is really good news. (Now, if I can just get some of the key players to talk about it some more …)
It’s been a while since I posted at Huffington. Here is my latest, on the great program started by Jordanian molecular biologist Rana Dajani, whom I met on my last trip to Cambridge.
I definitely have to try this at home.
Stephen Barr, writing in Faith: In short, Aristotelian/Thomistic philosophy has paid a heavy price for the two and a half centuries in which it largely ignored what was going on in the natural sciences. A sustained re-engagement with science would enrich its conceptual and linguistic resources. This re-engagement cannot simply be an attempt to translate… Continue reading Can Aristotle be Rescued?