When the student Feuerbach presented his own theory to professor HegelHegel refused to reply positively to it. In part I of his book Feuerbach developed what he calls the "true or anthropological essence of religion.
Science and Scientism By Henry F. Terry has a Ph. However, in Dr. Lecture at the University of Tennessee. Terry asked me to give the Fifteenth Annual C. Lewis Lecture, and the event took place on April 7, Morrison had the temerity to assign a particular title for my C.
Lewis Lecture, namely the title given here.
I protested that this was a subject matter with which I was not terribly familiar. I can give you a couple of unpublished dissertations that will get you started. Lewis and the Case against Scientism. Although the titles are related, the concerns of my essay are different from those of Aeschliman.
As an active scientist with a vigorous research group of 30 people, it is probably inevitable that I would not take as ambiguous an attitude toward science as Aeschliman. I have a strong love—indeed, passion — for science, and have devoted my entire professional career to its pursuit.
Perhaps it should be added that the present essay has changed a bit since its original presentation as a lecture in April Although I had read the entire Lewis space trilogy of which these are the first and last books, respectivelyI am now much more familiar with the two books, having made up examinations on them for each of the past five years.
This is not the place for an introduction to the writings of C. Lewis spent most of his life as a student and faculty member at Oxford University. Lewis is considered the most widely read and influential serious Christian writer of the 20th century.
I also consider C. Lewis to be the best example we have for constructive engagement by a Christian scholar with the secular world of the university.
What are the questions we hope to address in this essay? First and foremost, what did C. Lewis think about science and scientism? Second, is scientism alive and well in the twenty-first century?Last time, we examined William Lane Craig’s assertions about the absurdity of life without God.
They are: If life and the universe come to an end, then they are without ultimate meaning. Even if life went on forever, it would.
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