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Born in Spain (1958), is now full professor of Theological Anthropology at the Antonianum University, Rome; and invited professor in Theological Institute of Murcia, Spain, for questions of religion, society and science.
Has published books with the titles: Secularization as a Problem; Altruism and Charity; The Christian Faith and the New Social Challenges; Co-Editor with Anne Runehov of the Encyclopedia of Sciences and Religions (Springer), 4 vols. and about 190 academic papers.
Currently researches in the field of cognitive science of religion and its theological impact, and issues about secularization process and religious social dynamics.
Jay R. Feierman
Jay R. Feierman, M.D.retired in 2007 as Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at University of New Mexico, USA. His is a human ethologist. Since retirement, he has been researching, writing and organizing conferences on biological and evolutionary aspects of religion.
Hans Van Eyghen
Hans Van Eyghen studied theology and philosophy at the catholic university of louvain. He is currently a phd-candidate at VU Amsterdam.
Sybille C. Fritsch-Oppermann
Sybille C. Fritsch-Oppermann studied Protestant Theology, Social Science, Musicology in Göttingen, Frankfurt/M and Munich; Postgraduate Studies (Comparative Culture) at International Christian University, Tokyo -Special Internship at the Ecumenical Institute Bossey, Switzerland; PhD (Religious Studies): Christian Existence in a Buddhist Context/Katsumi Takizawa and Seiichi Yagi; taught Ecumenical Theology and Philosophy of Religion at Hamburg University; guest lectureships and classes:(Hamburg (Führungsakademie der Bundeswehr), Heidelberg, Göttingen, Wuppertal, Essen, Bochum, Paderborn etc, also in Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, Great Britain, Scotland, Poland, Czech Republic, Estonia, Russia, Turkey, Tunis, Morocco, USA, Canada, Malaysia, Japan); Director of Studies and Director of Protestant Academies in Germany (Loccum, Rheinlande); conferences and think tanks (coaching and leadership training) on Religion and Science, Religion and Ethics/of Economics, Intercultural and Interreligious Dialogue and Hermeneutics, Human and International Rights, Migration, Globalisation and Questions of Medical Care.
Dr Maria-Magdalena Weker was an adjunct at the Institute of Philosophy of Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University, Warsaw, Poland. She was the research assistant at the Faculty of Neurocognitive Science of University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Warsaw, Poland. She was a Phd-student visitor at the University of Calgary, Canada. She participated in researches of mind and perception carry out at The Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Warsaw, Poland and The Institute of Mother and Child, Warsaw, Poland. Her research interest is interaction of mind and perception, especially the philosophical aspects of consciousness and neurobiology of mind. She has several papers on this subject. Dr Weker obtained a PhD degree in philosophy from Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University, Warsaw; M.A. in psychology, University of Warsaw, B.Sc. in biology, University of Warsaw and M.A. in philosophy, CSWU, Warsaw.