Teilhard de Chardin

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Teil·hard de Char·din

 (tā-yär′ də shär-dăN′), Pierre 1881-1955.
French priest, paleontologist, and philosopher who maintained that the universe and humankind are evolving toward a perfect state. His written works include The Phenomenon of Man (first published 1955).

Teilhard de Chardin

(French tɛjar də ʃardɛ̃)
(Biography) Pierre (pjɛr). 1881–1955, French Jesuit priest, palaeontologist, and philosopher. The Phenomenon of Man (1938–40), uses scientific evolution to prove the existence of God

Teil•hard de Char•din

(tɛ yar də ʃarˈdɛ̃)
Pierre, 1881–1955, French Jesuit priest, paleontologist, and philosopher.
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Contributors from religion, finance, and the natural and social scientists look at the how thinking of French scientist and Jesuit priest Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (1881-1955) about the future of humanity is playing out half a century after his death.
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paints five appealing portraits of Jesuits who, in his estimation, support this thesis: Matteo Ricci, Friedrich Spee, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Karl Rahner, and Pedro Arrupe.
Pienso que la Cristiandad medieval sintio aqui la necesidad de reencantarse en la linea de modernizarse y que este fue el empeno de un Teilhard de Chardin y eventualmente del Concilio Ecumenico II.
Dorothy Day, Pope John XXIII, Pope John Paul II, Thomas Merton, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, and Mother Teresa are but some of the notable Catholics whose books appear on this list.
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Teilhard de Chardin by the Sacred Congregation of the Holy Office.
Your articles on Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (NCR, July 18-31) are excellent.
El 10 de abril de 1955, el dia de Pascua, muere en New York Teilhard de Chardin.
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