Cosmodern Philosophy: Transdisciplinary Reflections on Nature,
Science, and Religion, by Javier Collado Ruano

Abstract. This article’s transdisciplinary reflections aim to study the relationship between nature,
science, and religion. They address complex phenomena of our ontological reality from a perspective
in which science and religion merge to give way to the cosmodern philosophy. As result, a global ethics
emerges to reinvent the sacred as the product of integration between religious and scientific worldviews.
It also describes an interreligious and intra-religious dialogue where nature and the cosmos constitute
the meeting between scientific and religious knowledge. In sum, the cosmodern approach argues that
learning to co-evolve consciously requires the development of an ecology of knowledge, where outer
physical knowledge and inner spiritual wisdom converge and complement each other on different levels
of our experience.