Science and Religion: New Historical Perspectivesby Thomas Dixon
Leading historians explore the complex and contingent histories of religious engagements with science, and challenge the famous 'conflict thesis'.See more details below
Leading historians explore the complex and contingent histories of religious engagements with science, and challenge the famous 'conflict thesis'.
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Table of ContentsList of contributors; Preface; 1. Introduction Thomas Dixon; Part I. Categories: 2. 'Science' and 'religion': constructing the boundaries Peter Harrison; 3. Science and religion in postmodern perspective: the case of Bruno Latour Jan Golinski; Part II. Narratives: 4. Religion and the changing historiography of the Scientific Revolution Margaret J. Osler; 5. The late-Victorian conflict of science and religion as an event in nineteenth-century intellectual and cultural history Frank M. Turner; 6. Islam, Christianity and the conflict thesis B. Harun Küçük; Part III. Evolution and Creationism: 7. Evolution and creationism in the Islamic world Salman Hameed; 8. Understanding creationism and evolution in America and Europe Bronislaw Szerszynski; Part IV. The Politics of Publishing: 9. A global history of science and religion Sujit Sivasundaram; 10. The Scopes trial beyond science and religion Adam R. Shapiro; 11. Science, religion, and the history of the book Jonathan R. Topham; Part V. Ways Forward: 12. Sciences and religions: what it means to take historical perspectives seriously Noah Efron; 13. Simplifying complexity: patterns in the history of science and religion Ronald L. Numbers; 14. What shall we do with the 'Conflict Thesis'? Geoffrey Cantor; Select bibliography; Index.
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