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KMT 2011 nr 1 Download PDF

Tomasz Stwora

Granice wiedzy i wiary w ujęciu W. Sedlaka na tle współczesnych typów relacji między naukami przyrodniczymi a refleksją teologiczno-filozoficzną

Cite: Tomasz Stwora, Granice wiedzy i wiary w ujęciu W. Sedlaka na tle współczesnych typów relacji między naukami przyrodniczymi a refleksją teologiczno-filozoficzną, "Kultura - Media - Teologia", 2011( 4) nr 1, s. 101-111.

“I believe because I know and understand a lot”. A typical feature in scientific reflection by Włodzimierz Sedlak was a tendency to unite different fields of human creative thought: philosophical thought, the knowledge of natural science and theological reflection. He was convinced that there is a thin line between science and metaphysics. A vital part in philosophical method played intuition and creative imagination (genius flash of thought). A researcher-visionary had to embrace already attained knowledge but also stay open to anything unknown and not fully explained. For Sedlak everything that is not entirely learnt classifies as mysticism . Therefore scientist should conduct the synthesis of a deep personal belief and a vast knowledge.

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