Zygon

Papers
(The TQCC of Zygon is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
PANTHEISM, PANENTHEISM, AND ECOSOPHY: GETTING BACK TO SPINOZA?10
DEBUNKING ARGUMENTS GAIN LITTLE FROM COGNITIVE SCIENCE OF RELIGION8
A VIROCENTRIC PERSPECTIVE ON EVIL6
RISK AND SACRAMENT: BEING HUMAN IN A COVID‐19 WORLD6
TECHNOLOGY, THEOLOGY, AND SPIRITUALITY IN THE DIGITAL AGE6
THE CHINESE PRACTICE‐ORIENTED VIEWS OF SCIENCE AND THEIR POLITICAL GROUNDS5
IN ALGORITHMS WE TRUST: MAGICAL THINKING, SUPERINTELLIGENT AI AND QUANTUM COMPUTING5
SECULARITY, SYNCHRONICITY, AND UNCANNY SCIENCE: CONSIDERATIONS AND CHALLENGES5
NATURE'S POWERS AND GOD'S ENERGIES4
A HYDRA‐LOGICAL APPROACH: ACKNOWLEDGING COMPLEXITY IN THE STUDY OF RELIGION, SCIENCE, AND TECHNOLOGY4
AN INTRODUCTION TO PANSPIRITISM: AN ALTERNATIVE TO MATERIALISM AND PANPSYCHISM4
QUANTUM MECHANICS, TIME, AND THEOLOGY: INDEFINITE CAUSAL ORDER AND A NEW APPROACH TO SALVATION4
IN DEFENSE OF AQUINAS'S ADAM: ORIGINAL JUSTICE, THE FALL, AND EVOLUTION4
THE PROBLEM OF NATURAL DIVINE CAUSATION AND THE BENEFITS OF PARTIAL CAUSATION: A RESPONSE TO SKOGHOLT4
BETWEEN IRON SKIES AND COPPER EARTH: ANTINATALISM AND THE DEATH OF GOD4
THE RE‐DISCOVERY OF CONTEMPLATION THROUGH SCIENCE4
THE THEOLOGICAL PROBLEM WITH EVOLUTION3
THE RATIONALITY OF BEAUTY: AESTHETICS AND THE RENAISSANCE OF TELEOLOGY3
SPIRITUALITY AND TECHNOLOGY: A THREEFOLD PHILOSOPHICAL REFLECTION3
A FRAMEWORK OF SPIRITUALITY FOR THE FUTURE OF NATURALISM3
REIMAGINING DAOIST ALCHEMY, DECOLONIZING TRANSHUMANISM: THE FANTASY OF IMMORTALITY CULTIVATION IN TWENTY‐FIRST CENTURY CHINA3
SPIRITUAL INTELLIGENCE: PARTICIPATING WITH HEART, MIND, AND BODY3
DOES BELIEF IN HUMAN EVOLUTION ENTAIL KUFR (DISBELIEF)? EVALUATING THE CONCERNS OF A MUSLIM THEOLOGIAN3
RESISTANCE TO NARRATIVES OF THE COVID‐19 PANDEMIC AS AN ACT OF GOD3
ACONSILIENCE OF EQUAL REGARD: STEPHEN JAY GOULD ON THE RELATION OF SCIENCE AND RELIGION3
I WALK THE LINE: COMMENT ON MIKAEL LEIDENHAG ON THEISTIC EVOLUTION AND INTELLIGENT DESIGN3
UNINTERRUPTED CENSORED DARWIN: FROM THE MIDDLE EAST TO THE MALAY‐INDONESIAN WORLD3
IS THERE A DISTINCTIVE QUANTUM THEOLOGY?2
ADOLESCENT IDENTITY FORMATION VERSUS SPIRITUAL TRANSFORMATION2
DIVINE DESIGN AND EVOLUTIONARY EVIL2
SHĪʿĪ READINGS OF HUMAN EVOLUTION: ṬABĀṬABĀʾĪ TO ḤAYDARĪ2
WILLEM DREES ON THE HUMANITIES2
DEFINING AND DEFENDING THE HUMANITIES2
RESPONSE: THE COMPATIBILITY OF EVOLUTION AND DESIGN2
SCIENCE–RELIGION BOUNDARIES IN INDIAN SCIENTIFIC WORKPLACES2
SOME SECOND THOUGHTS ABOUT THE HUMANITIES2
FROM ANGELS TO ALIENS: HUMANKIND'S ONGOING ENCOUNTERS WITH, AND EVOLVING INTERPRETATIONS OF, THE GENUINE CELESTIAL UNKNOWN2
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AS A TESTING GROUND FOR KEY THEOLOGICAL QUESTIONS2
OPEN THEISM AND RISK MANAGEMENT: A PHILOSOPHICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE2
THE BIBLICAL ROOTS OF LOCKE'S THEORY OF PERSONAL IDENTITY2
LESSONS FROM THE QUEST FOR ARTIFICIAL CONSCIOUSNESS: THE EMERGENCE CRITERION, INSIGHT‐ORIENTED AI, AND IMAGO DEI2
SPIRITUAL INTELLIGENCE: PROCESSING DIFFERENT INFORMATION OR PROCESSING INFORMATION DIFFERENTLY?2
THE DESIGN OF EVOLUTIONARY ALGORITHMS: A COMPUTER SCIENCE PERSPECTIVE ON THE COMPATIBILITY OF EVOLUTION AND DESIGN2
ADDRESSING THE NEEDHAM QUESTION FROM A THEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE: TOWARD A CHINESE THEOLOGY OF HOLISTIC WISDOM2
SEEKING COMMON GROUND BETWEEN THEOLOGY AND SUSTAINABILITY SCIENCE FOR JUST TRANSITIONS2
DOES CRITICIZING INTELLIGENT DESIGN (ID) UNDERMINE DESIGN DISCOURSE IN THE QURʾĀN? A KALĀMIC RESPONSE2
ISLAMIC PHILOSOPHY AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: EPISTEMOLOGICAL ARGUMENTS2
THE FINAL DOMINO: YASIR QADHI, YOUTUBE, AND EVOLUTION1
AN EVALUATION OF THE BIOLOGICAL CASE FOR DESIGN1
THE MACHINE IN THE GHOST: TRANSHUMANISM AND THE ONTOLOGY OF INFORMATION1
THE RE‐DISCOVERY OF CONTEMPLATION THROUGH SCIENCE: A RESPONSE TO TOM McLEISH1
THE WHOLENESS OF HUMANITY: COLERIDGE, COGNITION, AND HOLISTIC PERCEPTION1
BUILDING ENTHUSIASM AND OVERCOMING FEAR: ENGAGING WITH CHRISTIAN LEADERS IN AN AGE OF SCIENCE1
THE NATURALIZATION OF SCRIPTURAL REASON IN SEVENTEENTH‐CENTURY EPISTEMOLOGY1
OBJECT‐ORIENTED ONTOLOGY AND THE OTHER OF WE IN ANTHROPOCENTRIC POSTHUMANISM1
RESPONSE TO THE COMPATIBILITY OF EVOLUTION AND DESIGN1
EMBODIED EXPERIENCE IN SOCIALLY PARTICIPATORY ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE1
A DEFENSE OF SCIENCE AND RELIGION: REFLECTIONS ON PETER HARRISON'S “AFTER SCIENCE AND RELIGION” PROJECT1
MEANING AND EMBODIMENT IN RITUAL PRACTICE1
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND IN GOD'S EXISTENCE: CONNECTING PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION AND COMPUTATION1
THEOLOGY AMONG THE HUMAN HUMANITIES1
IS IT POSSIBLE THAT ROBOTS WILL NOT ONE DAY BECOME PERSONS?1
THEORIA TO THEORY (AND BACK AGAIN): INTEGRATING MASTERMAN'S WRITINGS ON LANGUAGE AND RELIGION1
HUMAN EVOLUTION AND THE CHRISTIAN CALL TO LOVE1
THE ENTANGLED TRINITY, QUANTUM BIOLOGY, AND DEEP INCARNATION1
SCIENCE AND RELIGION: AN ORIGINS STORY1
THEORIZING RELIGION AND QUESTIONING THE FUTURE OF ISLAM AND SCIENCE1
“THE GOD WITH CLAY”: THE IDEA OF DEEP INCARNATION AND THE INFORMATIONAL UNIVERSE1
EFFECTS OF ACADEMIC DEGREE AND DISCIPLINE ON RELIGIOUS AND EVOLUTIONARY VIEWS IN CHILE AND COLOMBIA1
REVISITING WILLIAM PALEY1
GUIDELINES FOR COMPUTATIONAL MODELING OF FRIENDSHIP1
PALAMISM AND DISPOSITIONALISM: COMMENT ON RASLAU'S INTEGRATION OF ORTHODOX THEOLOGY WITH CONTEMPORARY METAPHYSICS OF SCIENCE1
EVOLUTION, CHANCE, NECESSITY, AND DESIGN1
KNOWING SLOWLY: UNFOLDING THE DEPTHS OF MEANING1
THE CONTENTIOUS COMPATIBILITY OF EVOLUTION AND DESIGN: INTRODUCTION TO THE BOOK SYMPOSIUM1
GOD AND A WORLD OF NATURAL EVIL: THEOLOGY AND SCIENCE IN HARD CONVERSATION1
NATURAL DIVINE CAUSATION, CAUSAL EXCLUSION, AND OVERDETERMINATION: COMMENT ON MIKAEL LEIDENHAG1
FAITH, SCIENCE, AND NONRELIGIOUS IDENTITY FORMATION AMONG MALE KENYAN YOUTH1
THE MANY WORRIES OF MANY WORLDS1
MENTAL HEALTH AND THE GOSPEL: BOYLE LECTURE 20201
RELIGION, SPIRITUALITY, AND MENTAL HEALTH AMONG SCIENTISTS DURING THE PANDEMIC: A FOUR‐COUNTRY STUDY1
NATURALISM AND RELIGION: HUNTING TWO SNARKS?1
PHILOSOPHICAL QUESTIONS AND BIOLOGICAL FINDINGS, PART I: HUMAN COOPERATIVITY, COMPETITION, AND AGGRESSION1
THOMIST OR TUMBLRIST: COMMENTS ON THE COMPATIBILITY OF EVOLUTION AND DESIGN BY E. V. R. KOJONEN1
A TASTE FOR THE INFINITE: WHAT PHILOSOPHY OF BIOLOGY CAN TELL US ABOUT RELIGIOUS BELIEF1
SCIENCE AND RELIGION: MOVING BEYOND THE CREDIBILITY STRATEGY1
EVOLVING CREATION: AN ISMAILI MUSLIM INTERPRETATION OF EVOLUTION1
INTRODUCTION: FIVE STEPS TOWARD A RELIGION–AI DIALOGUE1
ISLAM AND SCIENCE: THE PHILOSOPHICAL GROUNDS FOR A GENUINE DEBATE1
PRESUMPTIONS ABOUT GOD'S WISDOM IN MUSLIM ARGUMENTS FOR AND AGAINST EVOLUTION1
WILL WE KNOW THEM WHEN WE MEET THEM? HUMAN CYBORG AND NONHUMAN PERSONHOOD1
PEACOCKE PRIZE ESSAY—TOWARDS AN EASTERN ORTHODOX CONTEMPLATION OF EVOLUTION: MAXIMUS THE CONFESSOR'S VISION OF THE PHYLOGENETIC LOGOI1
FENGSHUI: SCIENCE, RELIGION, SUPERSTITION, OR TRADE?1
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND THEOLOGY: LOOKING FOR A POSITIVE—BUT NOT UNCRITICAL—RECEPTION1
THE AIMS OF TYPOLOGIES AND A TYPOLOGY OF METHODS1
RELIGIOUS NATURALISM AND CREATION: A COSMOLOGICAL AND THEOLOGICAL READING ON THE ORIGIN/BEGINNING OF THE UNIVERSE1
SERGIUS BULGAKOV'S CRITIQUE OF N. F. FEDOROV'S TECHNOLOGIZED RESURRECTION (AND WHY IT STILL MATTERS FOR THE CHRISTIAN DIALOGUE WITH TRANSHUMANISM)1
THE FUTURE OF ISLAM AND SCIENCE: PHILOSOPHICAL GROUNDS1
THE CONVERGENCE OF SCIENCE AND RELIGION1
CAN SINNERS REALLY CHANGE? UNDERSTANDING PERSONAL SALVATION IN THE BLOCK UNIVERSE1
WHO ARE THE HUMANITIES FOR? DECOLONIZING THE HUMANITIES1
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