Poglądy teologiczne Darwina

  1. Kazimierz Jodkowski K.Jodkowski@ifil.uz.zgora.pl


Darwin's theological views 


According to the Author, Darwin's views on religion were of essential significance for his deeds as a scientist. Darwin's views evolved from the orthodox christianity during his studies at Cambridge University, through the deistic phase, through agnosticism and atheism at the end of his life. As a result of his mature standpoint, he introduced the so-called principle of methodological naturalism to science.

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Lectiones & Acroases Philosophicae

3, 2010, Ewolucja, filozofia, religia

Pages from 59 to 84

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