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Scientiﬁc and Religious Method
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afﬁrmed analogy atoms Bernard Lonergan chapter Christian claim cognitive concept conﬁdence conﬂict consciousness David Tracy derstanding difﬁculty direct experience distortion Einstein ence epistemological esus example existence expression faith ﬁelds of meanings ﬁgure ﬁnd ﬁrst naiveté Galilean relativity Hanson Holton horizon human I. A. Richards Ibid immediate experience kind knowledge knowledge-in-process known-unknown language life-after-death linguistic Lonergan M.C. Escher magnetic ﬁeld mediated meta metaphoric act metaphoric process motion mystery myth naive understanding natural philosophy Norwood Russell Hanson objects observation one’s ontological ﬂash ontology particles person philosophy phor possible questions Rage for Order Rahner reality reﬂect relation relationship religion and science religious metaphors result Ricoeur role science and religion scientiﬁc scientist second naiveté self-awareness sense perception signiﬁcant speciﬁc speed of light sufﬁcient tension themata theologians theology theoretical understanding theory of metaphor things thought tion transcendence truth understood words world of meanings Yahweh