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Volume 2014, Issue 2
  • ISSN: 2218-7480
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Abstract

The “scientific worldview” is immensely influential because the sciences have been so successful. Yet in the second decade of the twenty-first century, when science and technology seem to be at the peak of their power, when their influence has spread all over the world and when their triumph seems indisputable, unexpected problems are disrupting the sciences from within. Most scientists take it for granted that these problems will eventually be solved by more research along established lines, but some, including the author think that they are symptoms of a deeper malaise that paradoxically creates the conditions for a new dialogue with religion.

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