Ciencia, religión y secularización. Una presentación asistemática y personal

Miguel de Asúa

Resumen


Esta es una actualización impresionista y orientada por la experiencia y los intereses de investigación del autor sobre las relaciones entre ciencia y religión, en conexión con la teoría de la secularización, con aportes de la historia de la ciencia, la sociología de la religión y la sociología de la ciencia.

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Palabras clave


ciencia y religión; secularización; tesis del conflicto; variedad de la interacción entre ciencia y religión; ciencia y religión en Argentina

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