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Dr. Rolston receives Templeton Prize from Prince Philip
Photograph featuring events during the May 7, 2003 Templeton Prize with H.R.H. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, at Buckingham Palace and others.
Charles Townes, John Barrow, Holmes Rolston and Paul Davies
Photograph featuring Dr. Rolston and other Templeton laureates. Charles Townes (2005 laureate), John Barrow (2006 laureate), Holmes Rolston (2003 laureate) and Paul Davies (1995 laureate)
Holmes Rolston, Arthur Peacocke and John Polkinghorne
Photograph featuring Dr. Rolston and other Templeton laureates. Holmes Rolston (2003 laureate), Arthur Peacocke (2001 laureate) and John Polkinghorne (2002 laureate)
Charles Taylor, Freeman Dyson, John Polkinghorne, John Barrow, Ian Barbour, Holmes Rolston, Martin Rees
Photograph featuring Dr. Rolston and other Templeton laureates. Left to right: Charles Taylor (2007 laureate, Catholic philosopher, McGill University, Canada), Freeman Dyson (2000 laureate, physicist, Princeton University), ...
Do general principles govern all science?
Contributor:Kuhn, Robert Lawrence
Robert Lawrence Kuhn interviews: Geoffrey West, physicist, Santa Fe Institute, on complex adaptive systems. Martin Rees, astrophysics, Cambridge University, on complex systems resulting from simple laws. Stuart Kauffman, ...
What we need to flourish : rethinking external goods and the ecological systems that provide them
Kenneth Shockley gives his Inaugural Lecture in Holmes Rolston III Endowed Chair in Environmental Ethics and Philosophy, October 14, 2016. How should we balance the need for development with the need for environmental ...
Philosopher gone wild
Contributor:Rolston, Holmes, 1932-
Holmes Rolston's biography: Shenandoah Valley childhood. Education. Years in Southwest Virginia. Grand Canyon River run. Colorado State University, classroom. Interviews. Rolston-Rollin debate, 1989. Travels, Africa, Asia ...
Gifford Lectures webpage : Holmes Rolston III
Contributor:Gifford Lectures staff
Author biography of Dr. Holmes Rolston on the online Gifford Lectures database.
Templeton Prize winner
Rolston, "the father of environmental ethics," wins Templeton Prize. Rolston pleased at recognition of the conservation causes which he has been advocating. Rolston's lover's quarrels with science and religion. Intrinsic ...
Genes, genesis and God Radio interview with Rachael Kohn (Radio National - Australia)
Contributor:Rolston, Holmes, 1932-; Kohn, Rachael
Science and religion are distinct, yet overlap. Biology finds "selfish genes" but also self-actualizing genes, defending their kind. Charles Birch, Australian biologist, celebrates life. Rolston's quarrels with both science ...