Science and christian faith in post-cold war europe

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  • Titolo: Science and christian faith in post-cold war europe
  • Sottotitolo: A comparative analysis 25 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall
  • Autore: Giandomenico Boffi – Marijan Sunjic (eds.)
  • Collana: Ecclesia Mater – Studi 5
  • EAN (ISBN): 9788846510457
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • Anno: 2015
  • Pagine: 148 pp
  • Dimensioni: 17x24 cm
  • Rilegatura: Brossura

This book contains most of the contributions given at the International workshop twenty-five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall thattook place in Rome, 6-9 November, 2014, with the title SCIENCE AND CHRISTIAN FAITH IN POST-COLD WAR EUROPE: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS. The workshop was organized by SEFIR, a research area within Ecclesia Mater, and by SGSS, a study group at the University of Zagreb, in cooperation with Servizio Nazionale per il Progetto Culturale, a department of the Conference of Catholic Bishops of Italy.

Giandomenico BOFFI is an Italian mathematician (commutative algebra and algebraic geometry), holding a PhD from Brandeis University, Waltham (Boston). He is a full professor and former deputy rector at UNINT University, Rome. After many years of teaching at Ecclesia Mater, in 1998 he was involved in the creation of SEFIR (Science and Faith in the Interpretation of Reality) and has been its director since 2004.

Marijan SUNJIC is a Croatian physicist (theoretical condensed matter physics), holding a PhD from Imperial College, London. He is an emeritus professor and former rector at the University of Zagreb. Adiplomat (between 1998 and 2000 he was Croatia’s ambassador to the Holy See) and a prominent figure in Croatian and international university associations for many years, in 2006 he founded SGSS (Study Group on Science and Spirituality) with the initial support of the Metanexus Institute.

Prodotto inserito in catalogo mercoledì 21 ottobre, 2015.

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