An Opus Magnum of Michal Heller
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An excellent book recently published by Michał Heller 'is devoted to the struggle with the most difficult questions one may put to the universe' (p. 237) . It brings to the layperson a presentation of the main cosmological hypotheses discussed nowadays at the scientific forum and focuses on the difficulties addressed in these proposals. At the same time Heller presents in this work his philosophical-cum-theological views on other issues, particularly on the question of the existence of God and of the relation of God to the empirical reality. Moreover, he encompasses in his purview some methodological questions concerning empirical cognition. The authoress concentrates on the philosophical-cum-theological contents of the book and criticizes some of Heller's views by contrasting them with the atheistic standpoint.
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