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|Laying the groundwork for a new synthesis of scientific and theological dialogue, this book proposes that neurotheology, a term fraught with potential problems, is a highly useful and important voice in the greater study of religious and ...|
|As the world's preeminent Darwinian theorist writes, "I believe, with all my heart, in a respectful, even loving concordat between . . . science and religion." From the Hardcover edition.|
|Thus, I found myself in total agreement with Humani Generis — but I had never |
read the document in full (not much of an ... This resolution might remain entirely
neat and clean if the non- overlapping magisteria of science and religion stood
|GOULD VERSUS DAWKINS: NON-OVERLAPPING MAGISTERIA? Let us turn |
now to the question of whether science and religion deal with overlapping
subject matters. The two most prominent recent popularizers of evolution,
Stephen Jay ...
|Gould called his map NOMA, for Non-Overlapping Magisteria. Gould defined a |
magisterium as “a domain where one form of teaching holds the appropriate tools
for meaningful discourse and resolution” (1999, p. 3). Science and religion are ...
|No such con- flict should exist because each subject has a legitimate |
magisterium, or domain of teaching authority—and these magisteria do not
overlap (the principle that I would like to designate as NOMA, or “non-
|Nonoverlapping. Magisteria? Let us start with Stephen Jay Gould's approach—|
religion and science are both important, but belong to different and
nonoverlapping realms—which is a view that a great number of both scientists
and religionists ...
|And there is simply no overlap between these two pursuits. Borrowing explicitly |
religious language, Gould labeled this view “non-overlapping magisteria,” or
NOMA. [Each] subject has a legitimate magisterium, or domain of teaching ...
|magisteria become separate, and science holds sway over the factual character |
of the natural world. ... If so, why should we even talk about dialogue between
such distantly non- overlapping magisteria, and of their necessary integration to ...