Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

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French paleontologist and philosopher (1881-1955)

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Finally, we will examine the strategy suggested by Teilhard de Chardin as he formulates a mature moral response to intrinsic evil, a response that recognizes the need to handle evil in an uncompromising way, while, at the same time, preserving the Christian ethic of benevolence.
In the Piltdown file held at the Jesuit Archives in Vanves, Paris, there is an essay by Franck Bourdier, dated November 1984, apparently unpublished, which refers to Teilhard de Chardin in the context of a 'great comedian' (Bourdier 1984).
JESUIT PHILOSOPHER Pierre Teilhard de Chardin wrote, "You hoped that the more thoroughly you rejected the tangible, the closer you would be to the spirit?
As long ago as 1952, Philip G Fothergill, in his book Historical Aspects of Organic Evolution, published by Hollis & Carter, made this clear, and an even clearer example in the book Phenomenon of Man by the Jesuit palaeontologist Teilhard de Chardin.
Philippe Teilhard de Chardin, global head of prime brokerage at Newedge, said: 'It is a small and developing market and it is important to neutralise costs.
They are succinctly stated by Teilhard de Chardin (1973) as: "First, be.
The first set of essays explores history and contexts in biology and evolutionary theory with attention to "The Declaration of Students of the Natural and Physical Sciences" from mid-Victorian Britain (Hannah Gay), Darwin's theological insights (Lamoureux), the work of Pierre Theilhard de Chardin (Lodovico Galleni and Marie-Claire Groessens-Van Dyck), and a theology of evolution (Arthur Peacocke).
During the 20th century Jesuit priest/scientist Teilhard de Chardin devised an integrative concept of spirituality and science, melding scientific concepts into Christian beliefs.
Nevertheless, Teilhard de Chardin imagined a stage of evolution characterized by a complex membrane of information enveloping the globe and fueled by human consciousness.
THE JESUIT AND THE SKULL: Teilhard de Chardin, Evolution, and the Search for Peking Man AMIR D, ACZEL
Livingston also offers concise and reliable chapters on process theology (featuring Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Henri Bergson, Alfred North Whitehead, Charles Hartshorne, Schubert Ogden, and John B.
THE JESUIT & THE SKULL Teilhard de Chardin, Evolution, and the Search for Peking Man | AMIR D.
I found myself drawn to the words of a 20th century paleontologist and philosopher known well to many of our scientists, Teilhard de Chardin.
I wonder what Pierre Teilhard de Chardin would think about this effort to reject evolutionary theory that is gaining ground in various precincts across the United States.
We are spiritual beings having a human experience,"--Teilhard de Chardin