THE THEOLOGY OF SCIENCE
©2000, ISBN 960-385-019-5
A multitude from accidental and fragmentary ascertainments in our experience and a multitude from separate explanations can result more fast, more
easily and no accidentally. They can result through theoretical analysis of few concepts, from unfolding and correlation of few general notions and with
our possibility we know all things through observation of their relations and resemblances in the nearest and most usual things of our experience.
This concept I tried then to prove with this philosophical book “The Theology of Science” and it was not a comprehensible book! Under what
circumstances and experiences was this book “The
Theology of Science” written going to be an other more interesting book…
The fields of rational research and the most of questions in this electronic edition had already signalized in the philosophical
book “The Theology of Science”
and main concepts which had worded they unfolded later.