Miguel Ramón Viguri Axpe

Miguel Ramón Viguri Axpe Doctor in Theology from the Faculty of Theology of Northern Spain (headquarters of Vitoria).
Professor at the Faculty of Theology of the University of Deusto. Professor of the Master of Ethics for Social Construction, and of the subject Science Concepts, of the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences of the University of Deusto.
He collaborates as a professor of Philosophy of Science in the Philosophical Biennium of the Diocesan Institute of Theology and Pastoral (IDTP) of Bilbao. He has collaborated as a visiting professor with the Ramón Llull University in Barcelona, and with the Higher Institute of Religious Sciences of Barcelona.
Promoter of the Seminar on Dialogue Science-Humanities-Christian Faith, of the University of Deusto. Member of the Academic Council of the Francisco José Ayala Chair of Science, Technology and Religion of the Pontifical University of Comillas. Member of Icaro Think Tank of the Novia-Salcedo Foundation.
He has several publications related to the Fe-Philosophy-Science-Culture dialogue, among which are:
Viguri Axpe, M.R., (Ed.), Science and God, Desclée de Brouwer, Bilbao, 2011
Viguri Axpe, M. R., “Stephen Hawking and the origin of the Cosmos: A debate between Faith and Science”, Lumen, 55, No. 6, 2006, 475-497.
Viguri Axpe, M.R., “What is not evolution”, in Diego Bermejo (Ed.), Thinking after Darwin: science, philosophy and theology in dialogue, University of Comillas-Sal Terrae, Madrid-Santander, 2014.
Viguri Axpe, M.R., “Creation and providence in a changing world. Empirical data, images and narrations in science and theology “, LUMEN, LXV / 4, (October-December 2016).