Volume 5 - Science, reason and truth

Summer 2013

As with our previous four issues, we are glad to present the proceedings of yet another San Marino Symposium, which took place in 2007, on the theme of "Science, Reason and Truth". These proceedings were originally meant to be published elsewhere, but due to reasons external to Euresis, the process was greatly delayed and we finally publish this volume within our Journal. The theme of the 2007 SM Symposium was inspired by the title of the Rimini Meeting: "Truth is the destiny for which we have been made." These words by Luigi Giussani remind us that the idea of "truth" is present in our cultural tradition as a foundational concept. Read More

The whole volume or separate articles are available

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Nancy Cartwright, Department of Philosophy, Durham University
God’s order, man’s order and the
order of Nature

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Eleonore Stump , Saint Louis University, College of Arts and Sciences, Dept. of Philosophy
Narrative and the knowledge of persons

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Keith Ward , Faculty of Theology, Oxford University
The European enlightenment and the age of reason

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Peter van Inwagen, Dept. of Philoshophy, University of Notre Dame
Philosophy, politics, and objective truth

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Linda T. Zagzebski, University of Oklahoma, Dept. of Philosophy
Self-trust and the natural desire for truth

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Peter Hodgson , University of Oxford, Corpus Christi College
The search for truth in science and theology

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Enrico Bombieri, Institute for Advanced Studies, Einstein Drive, Princeton
The shifting aspects of truth in mathematics

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M.C. Escher, Dewdrop (1948). Mezzotint.