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Stosunek religii do nauki. Punkt widzenia prawosławnego

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dc.contributor.author Paprocki, Henryk
dc.date.accessioned 2023-02-14T07:36:10Z
dc.date.available 2023-02-14T07:36:10Z
dc.date.issued 2013
dc.identifier.citation Polonia Sacra, 2013, R. 17 (35), Nr 33 (77), s. 131-141. pl_PL
dc.identifier.issn 1428-5673
dc.identifier.uri http://repozytorium.theo-logos.pl/xmlui/handle/123456789/3772
dc.description.abstract Polish astronomer Konrad Rudnicki suggested that the so-called Copernican revolution, with far-reaching consequences for western Christianity, was hardly noticed in orthodoxy. In this case, the domain of discoveries and scientific truths remained distinct from the strictly theological domain. The Earth was treated as a mystical centre of the universe because of the Incarnation of Christ, which did not mean that it was also the real centre of the empirical universe. However, Copernicus’s discovery led to a rapidly progressive process of the western Church distancing itself from science. On the other hand, discoveries and scientific theories can in no case be contrary to the principles of faith, because we are dealing here with two different cognitive methods. It is the point of destination of both methods that should be the same. As regards culture, we need to consider the fascinating relation of the Latin words cultus and cultura, which points to the fact that culture developed originally within the cult, and it was there where its source was (Fr. Paul Florenski). The real culture (and thus literature and art) must always have a dimension reaching beyond time. In this respect, every authentic work of art has a sacred character in the sense of a deep inner connection with everything that is transcendent. When it comes to the connection between religion and science, the situation is even more evident, as God commands in the Bible: „Fill the Earth and subdue it” (Genesis 1:28), which requires education, because without it, it is impossible to master the earth. The contradiction between science and culture on one side and religion on the other is something superficial and, indeed, must not be present, if we understand properly the role of all these areas in their mutual relations. en
dc.language.iso pl pl_PL
dc.publisher Wydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu Papieskiego Jana Pawła II pl_PL
dc.rights Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Poland *
dc.rights.uri http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/pl/ *
dc.subject nauka pl_PL
dc.subject religia pl_PL
dc.subject prawosławie pl_PL
dc.subject przewrót kopernikański pl_PL
dc.subject patrystyka pl_PL
dc.subject Mikołaj Kopernik pl_PL
dc.subject Galileusz pl_PL
dc.subject filozofia pl_PL
dc.subject teologia pl_PL
dc.subject science en
dc.subject study en
dc.subject religion en
dc.subject Eastern Orthodoxy en
dc.subject Copernican Revolution en
dc.subject patristics en
dc.subject philosophy en
dc.subject theology en
dc.subject patrologia pl_PL
dc.subject patrology en
dc.title Stosunek religii do nauki. Punkt widzenia prawosławnego pl_PL
dc.title.alternative The relation between religion and science. Orthodox perspective en
dc.type Article pl_PL


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