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1. Human Uniqueness as an Interdisciplinary Problem? 000 Interdisciplinarity in Theology and Science 000 Tradition and Communicative Understanding 000 Interdisciplinarity and Human Uniqueness 000 Conclusion 000 2. Human Uniqueness and Cognitive Evolution 000 Human Distinctiveness in Paleontology 000 A. Human Uniqueness as aMoral Issue 000 B. Human Uniqueness and Hominid Evolution 000 Charles Darwin on Human Uniqueness 000 Evolutionary Epistemology and Human Uniqueness 000 A. Evolutionary Epistemology as Embodied Epistemology 000 B. Evolutionary Epistemology and Religion 000 Conclusion 000 Contents vii 7 Van Huyssteen first page proofs Monday, December 12, 2005 10:23:09 AM 3. Human Uniqueness and the Image of God 000 Human Uniqueness and the History of the Imago Dei 000 Contemporary Interpretations of the Imago Dei 000 The Imago Dei as Embodied Self 000 Conclusion 000 4. Human Uniqueness and Human Origins 000 Human Uniqueness and Paleoanthropology 000 Imagination and Prehistoric Art 000 Human Imagination and Religious Awareness 000 Conclusion 000 5. Human Uniqueness and Symbolization 000 Human Uniqueness and Language 000 Human Uniqueness and the Symbolic Mind 000 A. Hand Prints in the Deep Caves (Plates 1 and 2) 000 B. The Ithyphallic "BirdMan" from the Shaft in Lascaux (Plate 11) 000 C. The "Wounded Men" from Cougnac and Pech-Merle (Plates 3 and 4) 000 Human Uniqueness and Religious Imagination 000 Conclusion 000 6. Human Uniqueness in Science and Theology 000 Human Uniqueness and Embodiment 000 Human Uniqueness in the Jewish Tradition 000 Human Uniqueness and the Limits of Interdisciplinarity 000 Conclusion 000 bibliography 000 index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Theological anthropology -- Christianity.
Human evolution -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Religion and science.