Presentation on theme: "Act I – The Bulletpoint Religion and Science Galileo Galilei Copernicus Brahe Pope."— Presentation transcript:
Act I – The Bulletpoint
Religion and Science
Galileo Galilei Copernicus Brahe Pope
Newton and Kant Newtonian Physics Hume sees no necessary causes Kant absolutely does Tries to prove it with a priori Three types of knowledge – aesthetic, scientific, ethical.
All of this means what??? There is a lot more mystery and faith in scientific discovery that we may think Every scientist has to make a judgment based on available evidence If all the evidence is not available…that judgment may be wrong Or…the wrong decision can be made…
Act II– The Improvement
The Lifeworld Edmund Husserl ( ) Phenomenology - 20th- century philosophical movement dedicated to describing the structures of experience as they present themselves to consciousness Lifeworld – “The taken- for-granted stock of knowledge that regulates the everyday, intersubjective associations of social agents.”
FAMILY lifeworld The lifeworld is the final constitutive structure of socio- historical experience YOU
NATION COMMUNITY lifeworld The lifeworld is the final constitutive structure of socio- historical experience FAMILY YOU
lifeworld The lifeworld is the final constitutive structure of socio- historical experience WORLD NATION COMMUNITY FAMILY YOU
WORLD NATION COMMUNITY FAMILY YOU WHERE IS RELIGION IN THE LIFEWORLD? The Religious Dimension One’s religious life literally creates a lifeworld of experience and meaning that cuts across all possible lifeworld boundaries. But since this lifeworld contains “taken-for- granted” meaning… How your perceptions and beliefs are shaped often goes unnoticed and is unconscious.
What are some visual images that go through your head when listening to this scene? Where do you think the action is taking place? What is the race/ethnicity of the characters? What are they doing? How accurate do you think your description is? Why do you think you have described it this way? Please excuse the language…
What is your immediate perception? What is it like? What is it not like? What is the reality you are perceiving?
What is “taken-for-granted”?
Approaches to Dealing with Difference Exclusivism That which is not what I believe is true is rejected as false, impure, or evil. Inclusivism Although I still hold my religion to be the most accurate representation of truth, there are other expressions of truth that are valid. Universalism There is one basic truth with many equally valid paths.
A tarsal bone, the large bone of the heel – calledalso heel bone, os calcis young, middle-aged, seniors professional athletes, recreational athletes more prevalent in males, females first, second or third most commonly tendon rupture. Calcaneus 4 – 5 cm middle-aged recreational athletes males third Commonalities of a tendon ruptures:
Tendonitis Tendonitis = Inflammation
Dissection of a tendon The tendon is then pulled together. Margins of the tendon are cleaned of debris and hemotoma. Sutures are passed through the tendon to provide a solid anchoring point.
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