This seminar course will combine readings, written assignments and class discussions in order to help students explore the interface between science and spiritual beliefs. Classes will consider examples and insights from multiple disciplines, including biology, psychology, mathematics, philosophy, music, art, history and more. This course will not debate religion versus science; instead it will explore a variety of different relationships that other minds have advocated over the years. In particular, the course will NOT seek to introduce any one particular view as correct: instead, students will be encouraged to develop a scholarly context for their own, personal view of the relationship between these two ways of experiencing our place within reality.
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