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Ausgabe:

Oktober/2016

Spalte:

1132–1134

Kategorie:

Philosophie, Religionsphilosophie

Autor/Hrsg.:

Mühling, Markus

Titel/Untertitel:

Resonances: Neurobiology, Evolution and Theology. Evolutionary Niche Construction, the Ecological Brain and Relational-Narrative Theology.

Verlag:

Göttingen: Vanden-hoeck & Ruprecht 2014. 254 S. m. 15 Abb. = Religion, Theologie und Naturwissenschaft, 29. Geb. EUR 80,00. ISBN 978-3-525-57036-4.

Rezensent:

Lukas Ohly

Markus Mühling offers a well-founded inquiry into the interdisciplinary dialogue between theology and biology. Therefore he rejects overestimated claims of both disciplines and develops more precise alternatives which lead to a converging concept of creation and self-development of life. Interdisciplinary dialogue will never destroy the autonomy of any discipline (21 f.). M. directs attention not to the integration, but to the coherence of both disciplines.
The author makes careful distinctions, although some seem not to be entirely significant. A case in point is M.’s distinction between non-empirically testable certainties and ideologies: Even biology depends on non-empirical certainties which theology but not biology investigates (17). Therefore, theology knows about the ...


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