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Issues in Science and Theology: Are we special?

Human Uniqueness in Science and Theology
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Michael Fuller
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Issues in Science and Religion

Brings together an international group of scholars to address the subject of human uniqueness from a range of academic disciplines
Render Humans Special? (Lluis Oviedo and Jay R. Feierman).- Chapter 8. Is Homo naledi Going to Challenge our Presuppositions on Human Uniqueness? (Rubén Herce).- Chapter 9. Theology Looking at Culture Through the Lenses of Science (Ivan Colagè).- Chapter 10. Strong Artificial Intelligence and Imago Hominise: 9pt; line-height: 115%; font-family: Helvetica, sans-serif; background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">: The risks of a Reductionist Definition of Human Nature (Sara Lumbreras).- Chapter 11. Boundless Riches: Big Data, the Bible and Human Distinctiveness (Michael Fuller).- Chapter 12. Do only Humans Sin? In Conversation with Frans de Waal (Ernst M. Conradie). Chapter 13. Human Uniqueness or Anthropocentrism? Semantic, Anthropological and Theological Clarifications in Dialogue with Damasio's Neuroscience (Luis O. Jiménez-Rodríguez).- Chapter 14. How may we Justify the History of the Universe?.- Chapter (Michael Heller).- Chapter 15. Human Uniqueness and the Normative Conception of the Rational (James Collin).- Chapter 16. Special? Oh, Please! And Yet ...(Roland Karo). Chapter 17.  Aren't we Animals? Deconstructing or Decolonizing the Human - Animal Divide (Angela Roothaan). Chapter 18. 'What Is Man That You Are Mindful of Him?' (Ps 8:4): How Theology Can Help to Answer the Question: What is it to be a Human Being? (Johanna Rahner). Chapter 19. Uniqueness and the Presence of the Image: Towards a Pneumatological Foundation for Human Uniqueness and the Image of God (Joanna Leidenhag).- Chapter 20. Human Uniqueness and Technology: Are we Co-Creators with God?(Victoria Lorrimar).- Chapter 21. Pope Francis' Encyclical Laudato si': Ecological Concerns and a Shift of Theological Approach to the Problems of Humanity and the Earth (Jacek Poznanski).- Chapter 22. Are Humans Special? Examining John Haught's Idea of 'Information' and the Daoist Idea of Qi in the Zhuangzi (Jaeho Jang).
This book offers a penetrating analysis of issues raised by the perennial question, 'Are We Special?' It brings together scholars from a variety of disciplines, from astronomy and palaeontology to philosophy and theology, to explore this question. Contributors cover a wide variety of issues, including what makes humans distinct from other animals, the possibilities of artificial life and artificial intelligence, the likelihood of life on other planets, and the role of religious behavior. A variety of religious and scientific perspectives are brought to bear on these matters. As a whole, the book addresses whether the issue of human uniqueness is one to which sciences and religions necessarily offer differing responses.

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