viernes, septiembre 23, 2005

Manuel Carreira S.J.

En el anterior artículo tengo como referencia los comentarios y opiniones del sacerdote jesuita Manuel Carreira. Conozco a gente no creyente, en mi propia universidad, que nada más nombrarle un sacerdote pasa olímpicamente de lo que dicho sacerdote diga.

Los sacerdotes son hombres muy bien preparados y formados. Pero es que Manuel Carreira no es un sacerdote cualquiera. Extraigo de una página de internet, en inglés, su curriculum:

Biography
Fr. EMMANUEL M. CARREIRA, S.J. has Licentiates in Philosophy and Theology, a Master in Physics, and a Ph.D. in Physics from The Catholic University of America in
Washington, D.C. obtained with work on Cosmic Rays directed by Dr Clyde Cowan, codiscoverer of the neutrino.


He taught for 32 years The Philosophy of Nature at Comillas University, in Madrid, and Physics and Astronomy at the College level in Washington and Cleveland, alternating semesters. As part of the faculty and staff of the Vatican Observatory he participated in summer courses in Astrophysics. For 15 years he was a member of the Observatory Board of Directors.

He has lectured with the sponsorship of the Vatican in Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Argentina, Uruguay and Chile. Other invitations have led to talks in Germany and Ireland, and in numerous Spanish universities. He also presented invited papers on Science and Faith in Cali and Medellin (Colombia), at the Congress on Metaphysics and Science (September 2000, Rome) and again at Santiago de Compostela (September 2002). His special interest is centered in Cosmology, for its implications for Philosophy and Theology.


His e-book in English, Essays on Faith and Science, is available in the Web.
visitas desde el 2 de Septiembre de 2005.

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