Event Title

The Omnisubjectivity of God and Science-Theology Dialogue

Location

Seminary Commons

Start Date

7-2-2020 12:00 PM

End Date

7-2-2020 1:00 PM

Description

I feel there is a tension that there is a real-world one can increasingly know. However, there is also our subjectivity, which causes blind spots in our understanding of reality even when one claims or attempts objectivity. In addition, part of objective reality is our subjective take on the world around us. Therefore, one can still understand that there is a real, objective world to be known even if one is critical of our complete ability to objectively understand it. Is our subjectivity a complete hindrance? Or is it possible that our subjectivity is an aid to our understanding of the objectivity of the world? The purpose of this poster is to explore how God’s objectivity and subjectivity interplay and to discover what insights this has on our epistemology and, more specifically, concerning science-theology dialogue.

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Feb 7th, 12:00 PM Feb 7th, 1:00 PM

The Omnisubjectivity of God and Science-Theology Dialogue

Seminary Commons

I feel there is a tension that there is a real-world one can increasingly know. However, there is also our subjectivity, which causes blind spots in our understanding of reality even when one claims or attempts objectivity. In addition, part of objective reality is our subjective take on the world around us. Therefore, one can still understand that there is a real, objective world to be known even if one is critical of our complete ability to objectively understand it. Is our subjectivity a complete hindrance? Or is it possible that our subjectivity is an aid to our understanding of the objectivity of the world? The purpose of this poster is to explore how God’s objectivity and subjectivity interplay and to discover what insights this has on our epistemology and, more specifically, concerning science-theology dialogue.