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Bibliografia Básica de Física Reformacional

Physical sciences

Steve Bishop

•1993. Science and faith: boa constructors and warthogs' Themelios 19(1) 4-9.
•with J. Carpenter Constructivism: an introduction and critique' Spectrum 25(2).
•with J Carpenter 'process science?' Spectrum 27(1).

Roy Clouser

•2005 (rev edn) 'Theories in Physics'The Myth of Religious Neutrality ch 8 .
•1995. The Uniqueness of Dooyeweerd's Program for Philosophy and Science: Whence the Difference? In Christian Philosophy at the Close of the 20th Century, Ed. Griffoen & Balk (Netherlands: Kampen, Kok, 1995), 113-125.
•1996. A Sketch of Dooyeweerd's Philosophy of Science. In Facets of Faith and Science, Ed. J. Van der Meer. (Lanham: University Press of America, 1996), vol. 2, 81-98.

Arthur Jones (ed.) Science in Faith: A Christian Perspective on teaching Science (Christian Schools' trust, 1998).

Pamela McKenzie (ed.) 'Science' in Entry Points for Christian Reflection within Education' (Care for Education, 1997) ch 8.

Tim Morris and Don Petcher Science and Grace: God's Reign in the Natural Sciences. Crossway, 2006.

Nancy Pearcey and Charles Thaxton The Soul of Science: Christian Faith and Natural philosophy (Crossway Books, 1994)

Martin A. Rice Jr. What is a science? in Contemporary Reflections on the Philosophy of Herman Dooyeweerd ed. D. F. M. Strauss and M. Botting (Edwin Mellen Press, 2000)

Arnold Sikkema

• 'Laws of nature and God's world for creation' Fideles 2 (2007) pp.27-43
•"Chaos Theory", entry in Heidi A. Campbell & Heather Looy, eds., A Science and Religion Primer (Baker Academic, 2009), pp. 59-60.
• "Quantum Theory", entry in Heidi A. Campbell & Heather Looy, eds., A Science and Religion Primer (Baker Academic, 2009), pp. 183-185.

D F M Strauss

•The Significance of Dooyeweerd's Philosophy for the Modern Natural Sciences, in: Christian Philosophy at the Close of the Twentieth Century, Assessment and Perspective, eds. S. Griffioen & Balk, M., Publisher Kok Kampen, 1995 (ISBN 90-242-2305-9), (pp.127-138).

•Does it make sense to distinguish between the natural sciences and the humanities? in: Journal for Christian Scholarship, Year 37, 1ste en 2nd Quarter, 2001, pp.25-36.

•The Effect of Ultimate Commitments on the Content of the Natural Sciences – with special Reference to Biology as a Discipline, in: Journal for Christian Scholarship, Year 37, 3de en 4th Quarter, 2001, pp.89-105.

•Christianity and Islam – the development of modern science and the genesis of the modern (just) state. Acta Theologica. Volume 24, No.1, June 2004, pp.168-185.

•Are the Natural Sciences Free from Philosophical Presuppositions? Philosophia Reformata, Year 46, nr.1 (pp.1-13).

M.D. Stafleu

•1966. 'Quantum physics and the philsophy of the cosmonomic idea' (translated by H. Kiefte from 'Quantumfysica en wijsbegeerte der wetsidee' Philosophia Reformata 31 (1966) 126) 1970, ‘Analysis of time in modern physics’, Philosophia Reformata 35: 1-24, 119-131.
•1972, ‘Metric and measurement in physics’, Philosophia Reformata 37: 42-57.
•1978, ‘The mathematical and technical opening up of a field of science’, Philosophia Reformata 43: 18-37.
•1979, ‘The isolation of a field of science’, Philosophia Reformata 44: 1-15.
•1980, ‘The opening up of a field of science by abstraction and synthesis’, Philosophia Reformata 45: 47-76.
•1980, Time and again, A systematic analysis of the foundations of physics, Toronto: Wedge; Bloemfontein: Sacum.
•1981, ‘Theories as logically qualified artefacts I’, Philosophia Reformata 46: 164-189.
•1982, ‘Theories as logically qualified artefacts II’, Philosophia Reformata 47: 20-40.
•1983, ‘Kritische studie: Popper's Postscript (I)’, Philosophia Reformata 48: 50-65.
•1984, ‘Kritische studie: Popper's Postscript (II)’, Philosophia Reformata 49: 71-91.
•1984, ‘The kind of motion we call heat’, Tydskrif vir christelike wetenskap 20: 1-43.
•1985, ‘Spatial things and kinematic events (On the reality of mathematically qualified structures of individuality)’, Philosophia Reformata 50: 9-20.
•1986, ‘Some problems of time - some facts of life’, Philosophia Reformata 51: 67-82.
•1987, Theories at work, On the structure and functioning of theories in science, in particular during the Copernican revolution, Lanham, New York, London: University Press of America.
•1988, ‘Criteria for a law sphere (with special emphasis on the ‘psychic’ modal aspect)’, Philosophia Reformata 53: 171-186.
•1991, ‘Being human in the cosmos’, Philosophia Reformata 56: 101-131. Time and Again: A Systematic Analysis of the Foundations of Physics (Wedge Publishing Foundation, 1980)
•1995, ‘The cosmochronological idea in natural science’, in: S. Griffioen, B.M. Balk (eds.), Christian philosophy at the close of the twentieth century, Kampen: Kok, 93-111.
•Relations and Characters in Protestant Philosophy (2006)

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