Thomas B. Fowler is founder and president of The Xavier Zubiri Foundation of North America, devoted to disseminating the work of Xavier Zubiri in the English-speaking world. He serves as editor of two journals, The Xavier Zubiri Review and The Telecommunications Review, and is author of over 100 articles, papers, and reviews. He has translated two books of Zubiri’s writings, and has given courses and papers in the United States, Canada, Mexico, South America, and Europe. Evolution, especially its systems and mathematical aspects, has been a subject of lifelong interest to him. His book, The Evolution Controversy, A Survey of Competing Theories was published in 2007 by Baker Academic. He serves as adjunct professor at George Mason University, teaching graduate courses in optics and optical communications. He has a doctorate in systems and control theory from George Washington University, a Master of Science from Columbia University, a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from the University of Maryland, College Park. He is also a Senior Principal Scientist at Noblis, Incorporated, a not-for-profit consulting firm working entirely in the public interest specializing in objective analyses of issues, proposals, and problems in science and technology.
- Overview of Theological and Religious Interpretations of Evolution
- Naturalism and Science
- Causality, Personal Causality, and the Science/Religion Dialogue
- Introduction to the Philosophy Xavier Zubiri
- Reductionism, Naturalism, and Nominalism: the ‘Unholy Trinity’ and its Implications for the Science/Religion Dialogue