143 p. : ill.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 135-140) and index.
- This collection of essays deals with Jaki's key ideas. His conclusions can be considered a reaction to the dogmatic assumptions of naturalistic scientism, and a denial of simplistic reconstructions based on mainstream viewpoints. So this book proves helpful to readers who aim at acquiring an unbiased knowledge of the science-faith interaction. Stanley L. Jaki (1924-2009) was a world-renowned historian of scientific thought, with more than fifty books to his credit. He was Distinguished Professor at Seton Hall University and winner of the Templeton Prize for 1987. [Publisher's text].
- Collected writings, partly already publ.
- S. Jaki (1924-2019).