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2012 | 11 |
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Księdza profesora Kazimierza Waisa propozycja zharmonizowania nauki i wiary w kwestii pochodzenia człowieka

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This paper is aimed to present Kazimierz Wais’ considerations on the concept of the origin of man. Kazimierz Wais (1865-1934) was a Polish philosopher and theologian, a professor at the University of L’viv. In his publications, Wais criticized the purely naturalistic theory of the origin of man and presented a positive theory not inconsistent with the Biblical description; he also commented on the issue of the origin of human soul. His views were strongly affected by neo-Thomistic philosophy. The paper shows Wais’ attempts to prove the harmony of science and faith regarding the origin of man. His reflections are presented and critically commented.
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11
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2012
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2012-11-30
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