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Course: History & Philosophy of Science

J. Thomas Bridges, Ph.D.

The following is a summary of a course offered by Southern Evangelical Seminary. If you would like to see the detailed description of this course and what is expected of students, please view the syllabus below. 297 more words


"Formalizability" in the English Language

It is a peculiar feature of the current English language that the word “formalizable” is nearly non-existent. The word feels awkward. When looking up the equivalent of the German word “formalisierbar” in one of the online-dictionaries I am using, it turned out there was no corresponding English word in that dictionary. 746 more words


In defence of the economic way of thinking

Thinking about thinking

A study of any problem cannot start by gazing at a mass of unorganised data and material without pre-judgment as to what is and is not important. 3,063 more words

Applied Price Theory

Clash of the Worldviews: Part 2

You will understand then, that it was exceptionally refreshing to hear a religious leader say, “If Science proves some belief of Buddhism wrong, then Buddhism will have to change.” Buddhism is unique. 229 more words

Science Popularization

Clash of the Worldviews: Part 1

So much of the debate surrounding spirituality and scientific worldviews is framed in the context of a battlefield. ‘Science vs. Religion’ is how the majority of dialogue is portrayed. 434 more words