Diseno inteligente


Este libro muestra el enlace entre ciencia y teologia.

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Este libro muestra el enlace entre ciencia y teologia.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780829743852
  • Publisher: Vida
  • Publication date: 9/1/2005
  • Language: Spanish
  • Edition description: Spanish-language Edition
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

Prologo de Michael Behe 9
Prefacio 13
Parte 1 Fondo historico
Reconocimiento del dedo divino
1.1 La oracion de Homero Simpson 25
1.2 Senales en la toma de decisiones 28
1.3 Senales ordinarias frente a senales extraordinarias 31
1.4 Moises y Faraon 34
1.5 Los filisteos y el arca 37
1.6 La senal de la resurreccion 39
1.7 En defensa de la premodernidad 43
La critica de los milagros
2.1 Los milagros como evidencia para la fe 47
2.2 El rechazo de Spinoza a los milagros 49
2.3 Asimilacion de Spinoza por Schleiermacher 53
2.4 Exponiendo la critica naturalista de Schleiermacher 56
2.5 Enjuiciando la critica naturalista 59
2.6 La significacion de la critica naturalista 64
El fallecimiento de la teologia natural britanica
3.1 La mofa de Pauli 67
3.2 Del aparato ideado a la ley natural 70
3.3 De la ley natural al agnosticismo 76
3.4 Darwin y su teoria 79
3.5 Diseno y milagros 81
3.6 La presuposicion del positivismo 86
Parte 2 Una teoria de diseno
Naturalismo y su cura
4.1 Naturaleza y creacion 93
4.2 La raiz de la idolatria 95
4.3 El naturalismo dentro de la cultura occidental 99
4.4 La cura: diseno inteligente 101
4.5 No es evolucion teista 105
4.6 La importancia de las definiciones 109
4.7 Una nueva generacion de academicos 114
Reinstalacion del diseno dentro de la ciencia
5.1 La partida del diseno de la ciencia 117
5.2 Por que reinstalar al diseno? 119
5.3 El criterio de complejidad-especificacion 122
5.4 Especificacion 127
5.5 Falsos negativos y falsos positivos 133
5.6 Por que funciona el criterio? 137
5.7 Complejidad irreducible 140
5.8 Entonces que? 143
Diseno inteligente como una teoria de la informacion
6.1 Informacion compleja y especificada 147
6.2 Generacion de informacion via leyes 154
6.3 Generacion de informacion via azar 159
6.4 Generacion de informacion via leyes y azar 161
6.5 La ley de conservacion de la informacion 163
6.6 Aplicando la teoria a la biologia evolutiva 167
6.7 Reconceptualizacion de la biologia evolutiva 172
Parte 3 Creacion de un puente entre la ciencia y la teologia
La ciencia y la teologia en apoyo mutuo
7.1 Dos ventanas a la realidad 179
7.2 Apoyo epistemico 184
7.3 Compulsion racional 186
7.4 Poder de explicacion 191
7.5 El Big Bang y la creacion divina 194
7.6 Cristo como la completez de la ciencia 196
El acto de la creacion
8.1 La creacion como un don divino 201
8.2 El desafio del naturalismo a la creacion 202
8.3 Reduccionismo computacional 206
8.4 Nuestro yo empirico frente a nuestro yo real 209
8.5 La resurgencia del diseno 211
8.6 La creacion del mundo 213
8.7 La inteligibilidad del mundo 218
8.8 Creatividad, divina y humana 222
Apendice Objeciones al diseno 225
A.1 El dios de los agujeros 226
A.2 Intencionalidad frente a diseno 233
A.3 Creacionismo cientifico 234
A.4 Pero es esto ciencia? 239
A.5 Disteleologia 247
A.6 Solo una coincidencia antropica 250
A.7 Aplicacion de las matematicas a la biologia 254
A.8 Objeciones de David Hume 257
A.9 Disenadores mundanos frente a disenadores trascendentes 262
Notas 265
Indice 297
Notas de traduccion 311
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