Past Event

Aug
17
Aug/17 18:30

St Paul's Cathedral Melbourne, Cnr Swanston and Flinders Streets.

Vic: Public Lecture at the Cathedral

Speaker: A/Prof. Alan Gijsbers, President of ISCAST. 

Topic: Are Humans Just Computers Made of Flesh? What does neuroscience say about who I am.

Date: Thursday 17th August, 6.30 pm

Venue: St Paul's Cathedral Melbourne, Cnr Swanston and Flinders Streets.

Abstract:

Jul
17
Jul/17 19:30

Claremont Baptist Church, 324a Stirling Hwy, Claremont WA.

WA: SU WA talk

A joint SU WA and ISCAST event. 

Topic: Conflict? What Conflict? Science, Christianity and Worldviews

Speaker: Rev. Dr Chris Mulherin

Date: Monday 17 July, 7.30 pm

Venue: Claremont Baptist Church, 324a Stirling Hwy, Claremont. 

For further details, please contact suwa@suwa.org.au

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Aug
15
Aug/15 18:00

Ridley College, 170 The Avenue, Parkville Vic

ISCAST Vic: Allan Day Memorial Lecture

The ISCAST Vic Allan Day Memorial Lecture at Ridley College. 

It is sometimes thought that modern science developed largely independently of, or even in opposition to, religion.  Historians of science, however, have proposed various ways in which religion might have played a significant role in the emergence of modern science.  This lecture will evaluate some of the standard arguments for the religious origins of science, and put forward some new ideas about the influence of religion on the development and persistence of science.

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