EUROPEAN CIVILIZATION FROM A SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL POINT OF VIEW

in Philosophia Reformata
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Adrian Vlot used a lot of information when he wrote his article. I do not intend this brief presentation to give additional information or remarks on the topic. My aim is to support his ideas. I am a mathematician, physicist and theologian. I interpret science as a human activity describing and understanding the phenomena of the created universe based on observation, explaining the relationships in the universe afterwards and, in addition, discovering further areas via human intellectual abilities. In my interpretation technology is something through which man makes use of the experience, knowledge, discovered relationships and laws in practice to create new tools or new materials which facilitate further research. That is how science and technology are related. In historical chronology, technology preceded science but later science also achieved results preceding their application in practice. Among others, the chronological intertwining is represented by Faraday and Maxwell’s activities.

EUROPEAN CIVILIZATION FROM A SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL POINT OF VIEW

in Philosophia Reformata

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