RE: Huxley, Teilhard and other matters

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    Greetings, John,
    Any quick hints on where I can find either of these?

    1) Thomas Berry, wrote a lovely monograph of "Teilhard in
    > the Ecological Age" which looks at the strengths and
    > weaknesses of his thinking.

    2) Thomas Berry's "New
    > Story" of using cosmology as an underpinning for a
    > scientifically verifiable "creation story" is
    > attracting considerable interest in certain locales.

    Mant thanks,

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