Hermeneutic and pedagogical perspectives of the relationships between science and religion

Abstract: In recent decades, a change occurred in the rigid ways in which the subject „Science and Religion‟ had been approached in previous centuries. This has made it possible to test various ways of understanding the interaction. In this article a typology is proposed that compliments the already...

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Autores principales: Florio, Lucio, Oviedo, Lorena
Formato: Artículo
Lenguaje:Inglés
Publicado: Universidad Técnica de Gheorghe Asachi 2021
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Acceso en línea:https://repositorio.uca.edu.ar/handle/123456789/11579
Aporte de:Repositorio Institucional de la Universidad Católica Argentina (UCA) de Universidad Católica Argentina Ver origen
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Sumario:Abstract: In recent decades, a change occurred in the rigid ways in which the subject „Science and Religion‟ had been approached in previous centuries. This has made it possible to test various ways of understanding the interaction. In this article a typology is proposed that compliments the already classic ones in the classification of the links between science and religion. It is a typology that does not intend to replace the previous ones, but rather to account for the dynamics of the process and, in particular, for its novelties. In this way, more multidimensional approaches to the phenomenon can be tested, such as the aesthetic and hermeneutical approach. To illustrate this, the example of the hermeneutical reading of the phylogenetic tree is used. Finally, its value for Pedagogy is shown synthetically, taking into account precisely the new way of understanding of recent generations, less articulated by the paradigms of conflict. The proposal is formulated in an academic but also pedagogical framework, since the importance of the Science and Religion interface for education is presupposed, in order to energize complex thinking in a plural and mobile culture.