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19) Arthur Peacocke, "Emergence, Mind, and Divine Action: The Hierarchy of the Sciences in Relation to the Human Mind-Brain-Body," in The Re-Emergence of Emergence, ed.
Aquinas understood philosophy, an activity no longer confined to pagans but practiced contemporaneously within a Christian culture, certainly as a science in its own right but also one fitted into a theologically constructed hierarchy of the sciences.
In this their thought, as they acknowledge, seeks to build upon epistemological insights developed by Carl Hempel, Imre Latakos and Alasdair Maclntyre, upon Arthur Peacocke's notion of theology as the apex of the hierarchy of the sciences, and upon theological work by John Howard Yoder.