“Quantum Biology, a Window to God”

This article tries to establish a relation between life, divine action and free will, having quantum physics as link. The article has two main goals: first, to make a reflection about the biological, anthropological and theological implications of quantum physics. The second goal is to show the necessity of a fluid dialogue between science, philosophy and religion. The thread of thought will be the ideas of a relatively less known physicist named Pascual Jordan (1902-1980).

I’m mainly interested in the areas of metaphysics, philosophy of nature, philosophy of biology, philosophy of physics, and philosophy of science in general, particularly in relation to the interactions between science, philosophy and religion. I focus my research on the notion of life, which is transversal to many philosophical disciplines, being crucial to generate a “meeting place” between all these areas of knowledge in which an increasingly deeper dialogue is so necessary.