Natural Sciences

Some articles on natural sciences, sciences, natural, natural science:

Brethren Of Purity - The Epistles of The Brethren of Purity
... Brethren of Purity) consist of fifty-two treatises in mathematics, natural sciences, psychology (psychical sciences) and theology ... The second part, which is on natural sciences, gathers seventeen epistles on matter and form, generation and corruption, metallurgy, meteorology, a study of the ... epistles on the psychical and intellective sciences, dealing with the nature of the intellect and the intelligible, the symbolism of temporal cycles, the mystical essence of love ...
A Scientific Theology - The Concept of "scientific Theology" - McGrath's Approach To "scientific Theology"
... McGrath seeks to draw upon the proven assumptions and methods of the natural sciences in order to inform the practice of Christian theology ... same God who (in whatever way) created the natural order which the natural sciences seek to describe ... between the assumptions and methods of Christian theology and those of the natural sciences ...
List Of Ahnenerbe Institutes - Natural Sciences
... Gesamte Naturwissenschaft ("Natural Science") Darstellende und angewandte Naturkunde ("Descriptive and Applied Natural History") Biologie ("Biology") Entomologie ("Entomology") Astronomie ("Astronomy ...
Bernardino Rivadavia Natural Sciences Museum - History and Overview
... Buenos Aires and second only to the La Plata Museum of Natural Sciences, owes its existence to a proposal made by Bernardino Rivadavia before the First Triumvirate in 1812 ... overthrow in 1852 helped lead to the creation of the Society of Friends of Natural History, who had the museum relocated in 1854 to the "Illuminated block," the former Temple of St ... the University of Buenos Aires and the Academy of Natural Sciences in Córdoba in 1870, extending the interest for the field to the nation's hinterland ...

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