What are the assumptions, both spoken and unspoken, that go into the way we do our science? In particular, the talk would address three questions: What motivates us to do our science? How do we decide what science we do? And how does our community arrive at consensus on what is “commonly accepted”?
The Saskatchewan Center for Science and Religion is hosting its second annual conference, “Our Place in the Cosmos?: Humanity, Spirituality, and the Awesome Universe.”
This conference seeks to wade into issues concerning the roles and place of humanity within the dynamic, fascinating, and sometimes awe-inspiring cosmos that comes into view via modern and after-modern science.