In other words, creation is synchronic, but conservation is diachronic.
Mary Shelley's extraordinary, ground-breaking novel about the creation of a living being who becomes a monster.
A Japanese creation narrative likens the primordial chaos to an egg containing the germs of creation.
Pavelich suggests that the tension between time and continuous creation runs even deeper.
All Greek philosophy had presupposed creation was from something more primitive, not nothing.
Within the egg are the possibilities of a perfect creation (i.e., the creation of androgynous beings).
It follows that the first argument against creation is not decisive, which means that creation remains a possibility.
Genesis 1 offers an account of the creation of the world in six days, with the creation of human beings on the sixth day.
In creation myths of the above type, the creation itself or the intent of the creator deity is to create a perfect world, paradise.
Creation myth, also called cosmogonic myth, philosophical and theological elaboration of the primal myth of creation within a religious community.
Pre-existence of materials holds true of creation quite apart from art: in the creation of a scientific theory or the creation of a disturbance.
Nonetheless, God is “timeless without creation and temporal subsequent to creation ”, God “enters time at the moment of creation” (Craig 2000: 33).
The Qurʾān, therefore, declares humanity to be the noblest of all creation, the created being who bore the trust (of responsibility) that the rest of creation refused to accept.
Seen in this context, interpreting Maimonides' own views on creation—including difficulties in ascertaining what on his view counts as “the Biblical account” of creation—is difficult.
Since there is nothing outside God, “creation from nothing” cannot mean creation from some principle outside God, rather it means: creation out of God’s superabundant nothingness.
Thus, for example, all theology and speculation concerning creation in the Christian community are based on the myth of creation in the biblical book of Genesis and of the new creation in Jesus Christ.
A number of important traditions associated with animals occur in dualistic creation accounts in which animals oppose creation, acting as a foil to the creator, or creation is accomplished by combat between the creator and animal monsters representative of chaos who must be slain or bound before the world can be established.
In these motifs of sacrifice, something similar to the qualification of the undifferentiated matter of creation is suggested, for, just as the primal stuff of creation must be differentiated before the world appears, the sacrifice of primordial beings is a destruction of the primal totality for the sake of a specific creation.
He proceeds in three stages: he begins with four proofs for the creation of the world (described respectively as proofs from finitude, composition, accidents, and time), moves on to three reasons for why that creation must be rooted in an external creator (as opposed to some idea of the self-createdness of the world), and ends by showing how that creation must furthermore be understood as creation ex nihilo (as opposed to a creation out of some pre-existent matter).
Other important computer ethics developments in Europe in the late 1990s and early 2000s included, for example, (1) Luciano Floridi’s creation of the Information Ethics Research Group at Oxford University in the mid 1990s; (2) Jeroen van den Hoven’s founding, in 1997, of the CEPE (Computer Ethics: Philosophical Enquiry) series of conferences, which occurred alternately in Europe and America; (3) van den Hoven’s creation of the journal Ethics and Information Technology in 1999; (4) Rafael Capurro’s creation of the International Center for Information Ethics in 1999; (5) Capurro’s creation of the journal International Review of Information Ethics in 2004; and Bernd Carsten Stahl’s creation of The International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction in 2005.
- the human act of creating
- an artifact that has been brought into existence by someone
- the event that occurred at the beginning of something
Example: from its creation the plan was doomed to failure
- the act of starting something for the first time; introducing something new
- everything that exists anywhere
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Other important computer ethics developments in Europe in the late 1990s and early 2000s included for example 1 Luciano Floridis creation of the Information Ethics Research Group at Oxford University in the mid 1990s 2 Jeroen van den Hovens founding in 1997 of the CEPE Computer Ethics Philosophical Enquiry series of conferences which occurred alternately in Europe and America 3 van den Hovens creation of the journal Ethics and Information Technology in 1999 4 Rafael Capurros creation of the International Center for Information Ethics in 1999 5 Capurros creation of the journal International Review of Information Ethics in 2004 and Bernd Carsten Stahls creation of The International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction in 2005