The Territories of Human Reason
Science and Theology in an Age of Multiple Rationalities
- The first major study to explore the emergence of multiple situated rationalities
- Offers an appraisal of human rationality, surveying the forms of reasoning and criteria of rationality that have characterized the production of knowledge across culture and history
- Establishes the understandings of rationality as both theory and practice encountered within professional communities in both the natural sciences and Christian theology
- Contributes to discussions about the possibilities of interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary discourse and reflection
- Written in a lucid an accessible manner by a leading scholar in the field of science and religion
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