Alone in the World?: Human Uniqueness in Science and Theology

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Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Dec 31, 2006 - Religion - 347 pages
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This study focuses on the notion of human uniqueness in science and theology. It argues for an interdisciplinary approach in which theological anthropology has much to learn from humans' origins, from the dimension of meaning in which homo sapiens have always existed, and from our close relationship to other animals.

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Contents

Human Un1queness as an Interd1sc1pl1nary Problem?
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Human Uniqueness and Cognitive Evolution
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Human Uniqueness and Human Origins
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