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|WA 1664 Philosophical papers /||WA 1665 Reading the cosmos :||WA 1666 L'oggettività della conoscenza scientifica /||WA 1667 The Trinity and an entangled world :||WA 1668 Life, the universe, and everything :||WA 1669 Esplorare l'universo, ultima delle periferie :|
The demise of Democritus / John Polkinghorne -- The entangled world : how can it be like that? / Jeffrey Bub -- Quantum physics : ontology or epistemology? / Anton Zeilinger -- A self-contained universe? / Michael Heller -- An introduction to relational ontology / Wesley J. Wildman -- Scientific knowledge as a bridge to the mind of God / Panos A. Ligomenides -- Relational nature / Argyris Nicolaidis -- The holy Trinity : model for personhood-in-relation / Kallistos Ware -- (Mis)adventures in Trinitarian ontology / Lewis Ayres -- Relational ontology : insights from patristic thought / John Zizioulas -- Relation : human and divine / Michael Welker -- A relational ontology reviewed in sociological perspective / David Martin -- Afterword: "Relational ontology," Trinity, and science / Sarah Coakley.
Twentieth-century science discovered that the physical world is deeply relational. In fact, the phenomenon of quantum entanglement implies that even the subatomic world cannot simply be treated atomistically. With that in mind, thirteen distinguished scholars from physics and theology here explore the role of relationality in both science and religion. Besides containing expert accounts both scientific and theological this volume provides careful assessment of the significance that these insights have for the interdisciplinary discussion of a consonant relationship between science and religion a topic of considerable importance. The Trinity and an Entangled World offers a uniquely authoritative and illuminating discussion and will prove to be an important contribution to the literature concerned with science and religion."