Center of Science, Policy and Society Programs: AAAS Dialogue on Science, Ethics and Religion
AAAS Dialogue on Science, Ethics and Religion
Community Dialogue Essays
The inaugural round of Community Dialogue essays is now ready! This round focuses on issues related to the philosophy of science and religion. Future rounds will explore subjects ranging from neuroscience to the possibility of extraterrestrial life to the ethics of synthetic biology. Stay tuned!
DoSER Community Perspectives on the Philosophy of Science and Religion:
- "Can Science Answer Our Ethical Dilemmas? Exploring the Is-Ought Dichotomy" by Paul Chiariello
- "Why Judaism Embraces Science" by Rabbi Geoffrey Mitelman
- "What is Scientism?" by Thomas Burnett
Don't forget to share your thoughts, comments or questions with us after reading each essay through the comment submission form at the bottom of the page!
Disclaimer: The views presented in these essays are those of the author alone and do not necessarily reflect those of the DoSER program or AAAS.
Would you like to share your thoughts on the subject of science, ethics and religion? The DoSER Community Dialogue solicits essays that aptly and respectfully demonstrate the multiple perspectives of the relationship between and issues surrounding religion and science. Read the project's description here and consider getting involved!