Publications relating to CESAR

Details of further publications including two edited books (one on conjunctive explanations in philosophy of science and psychology and the other in science and religion) based on the two conferences will be made available in due course.

Diarmid A. Finnegan, “Of snails and salvation: the theological construction of John Thomas Gulick's theory of evolution,” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 51(5): in press

Jiandong Huang, David H. Glass and Mark McCartney, “A Comparison of Explanatory Measures in Abductive Inference,” in Proceedings of Information Processing and Management of Uncertainty in Knowledge-Based Systems - 18th International Conference, IPMU 2020, Springer, Vol. 1239, 304-317,

Mikael Leidenhag, “Purpose for and within Creation: A Theological Appraisal of Organismic Teleology,” Modern Theology 37(2) (2021): 396-409,

Mikael Leidenhag, “The blurred line between theistic evolution and intelligent design,” Zygon 54(4) (2019), 909-931,

Mikael Leidenhag, “The doctrine of Theosis and the reality of purpose: deification, and teleology in science,” Toronto Journal of Theology (2020)

David H. Glass, “Competing hypotheses and abductive inference,” Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence 89 (2021), 161-178,

Jonah N. Schupbach, “Conjunctive Explanations and Inference to the Best Explanation,” Teorema 38(3) (2019), 143-162,, also available here