THE THEOLOGY OF SCIENCE
©2000, ISBN 960-385-019-5
A multitude from accidental and fragmentary ascertainments in the experience and a multitude from separate explanations can result more fast, more easily and no accidentally. They can through the theoretical analysis of significances, from the growth and the correlation of few general opinions and with our
possibility we know the all things through the observation of relations and resemblances in the nearest and most usual things of our experience. This I tried to prove then with the “Theology of Science” and I became very tedious, without I become very comprehensible! That was written the book “The
Theology of Science” is an other more interesting book…
A big part of the present electronic edition, that it's published in
- and maybe the more- it' s become (as it is
or modified) from the pages of philosophical book “The Theology of Science”.