Inquiry on a Science-Religion Construct: Science-Religion Humankind Space

46 Pages Posted: 16 Mar 2013

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Nicolae Bulz

‘Interdisciplinary Entities Laboratory', 2000; Center for Studies and Research on Agrosilvical Biodiversity „Acad. David DAVIDESCU”(CSCBAS)

Date Written: March 15, 2013

Abstract

Continuing the previous years (2004-2009) tension to follow the consecrated methods, and to elicit other specific multi/inter/trans-disciplinary methods (and ways) in order to contribute to the contemporary Science-Religion Dialogue, this study tries to report and to add the original contribution related to some prominent European (including Romanian) personalities involved into the (resulting beyond the contemporary focalization) Science and Religion dual inquiries. Thus resulting a(n original) construct: Science-Religion Humankind Space.

The members of a real society (re)act according to their biological and technical spheres, to their aggregation, to their profoundness. So, a society is an implicit processor versus relative sub-processors dealing with revisited information-decision-action-renewed-information cycles. These cycles interfere with the Science-Religion-Arts-Philosophy-Management flow(s), presenting subtle connection(s): awareness-insight-action.

The scientific, artistic and religious approaches upon the transit: societal processor <=> sub-processors may be a multi/inter/trans-disciplinary one. This study proposes and generates a specific focalization upon the track of knowledge and information inside the gap between deep reality and our reflection, involving: societal knowledge desire as a holistic aim of our mind(s); potential artistic and religious aggregated attitude(s) as profoundness levels of our consciousness; a revised probabilistic toward a dual fuzzy approach upon the Universal Consciousness and Evil terms and their necessary connectionist corpus. Humankind development is stepped by paradoxes within our revealing/revising models.

So, according to N desired features of an entity, responsive to our Qualia, the previous probabilistic/statistic/stochastic models of the entity "society" (containing some paradoxes) may be revised versus a new interdisciplinary approach within fuzziness, and a new transdisciplinary approach within subtleness (onto its N-1/N ratio which would converge to 1). Is this ratio an internalised pattern within a Science-Religion Humankind Space?

Into this context, this study aims to demonstrate that "paradoxes" and "Qualia" belong to different (multi-disciplinary, today) domains (Logic and Cognitive Science), but staying connected on a (hypothetical) real background and dually on the subtle background of individual and communitary reflection. The main hypothesis is that counsciousness evolve as a reflection of the reflection (according to the above slightly introduction to the dual backgrounds, and (potentially) would elicit some impressive turning points toward the dialogue between science, art and religion, within their natural and artificial bases of neuro, psycho, and social levels of reality. All these dreaming (within an universal versus cosmic tension) toward "the (hypothetical) Real" trying to step toward the huge Reality.

The (re)search tries to aggregate the results from three domains: (1) the "dialogue" between the texts of Saint Basil the Great, Saint Maxim the Confessor, Pascal - Gödel, Heisenberg, Schrödinger; (2) the Qualia - Paradoxes expected to be revised within Romanian wooden Triads (Troitze), glass icons from Transylvania area; (3) the Qualia - Paradoxes correspondence within sacred and profane sites from Dobrudja, Buzau and Transylvania areas. All these in order to complete a Science-Religion Humankind Space - beyond and inside Godel’s tension on completeness and consistence (as a forever Humankind conflict/consensus).

This study tends to aggregate by the juxtaposition the “traces” and “light/shadow conflict/consensus” from: Saint Spiridon (270-350) ; Saint Basil the Great (329-379); Saint Maxim the Confessor (580-662); Blaise Pascal (1623-1662); Kurt Gödel (1906-1978); Albert Einstein (1879-1955); Erwin Schrodinger (1887-1961); Werner Heisenberg (1901-1976); Mihai Eminescu (1850-1889); Lucian Blaga (1895-1961); Academician, Father Dumitru Staniloaie; Father Constantin Galeriu; Father Arsenie Boca; Academician Romulus Vulcanescu (1912-1999); Romanian Peasantry and ancestors onto three millennia.

Partially to all these “traces” and “light/shadow conflict/consensus,” there is the prospect to (re)present the original contributions of the following Romanian personalities: Alexandru De Mocsonyi, Sofronie Vulpescu (Arhiereu Sofronie Craioveanu), Romulus Vulcanescu. There are original documents which present some of their remarkable awareness and insight on for ever Science and Religion dual inquiries.

Keywords: Logic and Cognitive Science, Science-Religion Dialogue, Science-Religion Humankind Space, Saint Spiridon, Saint Basil the Great, Saint Maxim the Confessor, Blaise Pascal, Kurt Gödel, Albert Einstein, Erwin Schrodinger, Werner Heisenberg, Mihai Eminescu, Lucian Blaga, Dumitru Staniloaie

JEL Classification: A19, A29, B311, C59, C89, C99, D29, D59, D57, D79, D81, D83, D89, D99, I19, I29, I39, J2, J29, L39

Suggested Citation

Bulz, Nicolae, Inquiry on a Science-Religion Construct: Science-Religion Humankind Space (March 15, 2013). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2234220 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2234220

Nicolae Bulz (Contact Author)

‘Interdisciplinary Entities Laboratory', 2000 ( email )

Sibiu
Romania

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Center for Studies and Research on Agrosilvical Biodiversity „Acad. David DAVIDESCU”(CSCBAS) ( email )

National Economic Research Inst / Romanian Academy
Bucharest
Romania

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