Theology of the World Wide Web (Internet) for Sunday, December 23, 2007

Sunday, December 23, 2007

Noosphere:Thought as Internet:Physical - Noosphere and Cyberspace

Cyberspace and the Dream of Teilhard de Chardin by John R. Mabry Progressive Catholics have long cherished Teilhard de Chardin and his unique and mystical vision, and for those of us who have only recently discovered the New Cosmology, his discovery is as great an epiphany as the encountering of... Sign in to see full entry.

Noosphere:Thought as Internet:Physical - History 13 Chardin: Bibliography

Bibliography The dates in parentheses are the dates of first publication in French and English. Most of these works were written years earlier, but Teilhard's ecclesiastical order forbade him to publish them because of their controversial nature. The essay collections are organized by subject rather... Sign in to see full entry.

Noosphere:Thought as Internet:Physical - History 12 Chardin: References

References ^ Teilard's headstone at Find A Grave accessed September 20, 2006 ^ Warning Considering the Writings of Father Teilhard de Chardin, Sacred Congregation of the Holy Office, June 30, 1962. ^ Communiqué of the Press Office of the Holy See, English edition of L'Osservatore Romano, July 20,... Sign in to see full entry.

Noosphere:Thought as Internet:Physical - History 11 Chardin & Pop. Culture

Teilhard in popular culture A building in the Allen Hall hall of residence at the University of Manchester is named after Teilhard. American cultural historian and spiritual writer Walter J. Ong, S.J., was one of the first to publicize Teilhard's thought, in "The Mechanical Bride: Christen the... Sign in to see full entry.

Noosphere:Thought as Internet:Physical - History 10 Chardin's Teachings

Chardin: Teachings In his posthumously published book, The Phenomenon of Man, Teilhard writes of the unfolding of the material cosmos, from the creation to the development of the noosphere in the present, to his vision of the Omega Point in the future. He was a leading proponent of orthogenesis, the... Sign in to see full entry.

Noosphere:Thought as Internet:Physical - History 9 Chardin's Life

Controversy with Church officials In 1925, Teilhard was ordered by the Jesuit Superior General Vladimir Ledochowski to leave his teaching position in France and to sign a statement withdrawing his controversial statements regarding the doctrine of original sin. Rather than leave the Jesuit order,... Sign in to see full entry.

Noosphere:Thought as Internet:Physical - History 8 Chardin's Life

Death Teilhard died on April 10, 1955 in New York City, where he was in residence at the Jesuit church of St Ignatius of Loyola, Park Avenue. He was buried in the cemetery for the New York Province of the Jesuits at the Jesuit novitiate, St. Andrew's-on-the-Hudson in Poughkeepsie, upstate New York.... Sign in to see full entry.

Noosphere:Thought as Internet:Physical - History 7 Chardin's Life

World travels From 1930 – 1931 Teilhard stayed in France and in the United States. During a conference in Paris, Teilhard stated: "For the observers of the Future, the greatest event will be the sudden appearance of a collective humane conscience and a human work to make." From 1932 – 1933 he began... Sign in to see full entry.

Noosphere:Thought as Internet:Physical - History 6 Chardin's Life

[ edit ] China In 1923 he traveled to China with Father Emile Licent, who was in charge in Tianjin for a significant laboratory collaborating with the Natural history museum in Paris and the Marcellin Boule laboratory. Licent carried out considerable basic work in connection with missionaries who... Sign in to see full entry.

Noosphere:Thought as Internet:Physical - History 5 Chardin's Life

War service Mobilised in December 1914, Teilhard served in World War I as a stretcher-bearer in the 8th regiment Moroccan riflemen. For his valour, he received several citations including the Médaille Militaire and the Legion of Honor. Throughout these years of war he developed his reflections in... Sign in to see full entry.

Noosphere:Thought as Internet:Physical - History 4 Chardin's Life

Paleontology from http://Wikopedia.com From 1912 to 1914, Teilhard worked in the paleontology laboratory of the Musée National d'Histoire Naturelle, in Paris, studying the mammals of the middle Tertiary sector. Later he studied in Europe. Professor Marcellin Boulle, specialist in Neanderthal... Sign in to see full entry.

Noosphere:Thought as Internet:Physical - History 3 Chardin's Life

Jesuit training from Wikopedia.com From 1905 to 1908, he taught physics and chemistry in Cairo, Egypt, at the Jesuit College of the Holy Family. He wrote "...it is the dazzling of the East foreseen and drunk greedily... in its lights, its vegetation, its fauna and its deserts." ( Letters from Egypt... Sign in to see full entry.

Noosphere:Thought as Internet:Physical - History 2 Chardin's Life

Chardin's Biography from Wikopedia [ edit ] Early years Pierre Teilhard de Chardin was born in Orcines, close to Clermont-Ferrand, in France on May 1, 1881. "de Chardin" is a vestige of a French aristocratic title and not properly his last name. He was formally known as "Pierre Teilhard", which is... Sign in to see full entry.

Noosphere:Thought as Internet:Physical - History 1

The Concept of the Noosphere was first coined by: Fr. Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, S.J. ( IPA: [pjɛʀ tejaʀ də ʃaʀdɛ̃]; May 1, 1881 – April 10, 1955 ) was a French Jesuit priest trained as a paleontologist and a philosopher, and was present at the discovery of Peking Man. Teilhard conceived such ideas... Sign in to see full entry.

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