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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Schilling, Harold Kistler, 1899-
Science and religion.
New York, Scribner 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Harold Kistler Schilling
|Description:||272 p. ill. 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Problem and thesis --
What science and religion are : how to distinguish them --
What science and religion are not : stereotypes and actualities --
Science and religion as social and communal enterprises : they are intensely human --
The threefold and circular nature of science and religion : with special reference to theory --
The permanent and transient in science and religion : truth and certainty --
Digression on creeds : in religion and science? --
The meanings of concepts in science : also about "verification" --
The meanings of concepts in religion : verification and validation --
Interrelations and interactions among concepts : and cultural influences --
Interactions of faith and myths : what of the future? --
Pluralism and relativism : in conclusion.