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Albert Jacquard et Hubert Reeves sur la question de Dieu. Année: 2007 Durée: 25' 57'' François Bugingo reçoit sur Radio Canada deux monuments de la science: le généticien Albert Jacquard et l’astrophysicien Hubert Reeves.

Albert Jacquard et Hubert Reeves sur la question de Dieu

Ensemble, ils discutent de l’existence de Dieu. Ces deux scientifiques ont tous les deux fréquenté des écoles catholiques. Que leur en reste-t-il sur le plan des convictions ou de la croyance en Dieu ? Hubert Reeves est moins tranché qu’Albert Jacquard. Source: Radio Canada Could not load plugins: File not found Ecouter également Interview d'Albert Jacquard sur le thème de la surpopulation, L'Eglise a-t-elle occulté le véritable enseignement du Christ ? {enclose Albert_Jacquard_Hubert_Reeves_question_Dieu.mp3} Epicurus Quote - Plain, dark version T Shirt.

The Association for Religion, Economics and Culture (ASREC) The Association for the Study of Religion, Economics, and Culture exists to promote interdisciplinary scholarship on religion through conferences, workshops, newsletters, websites, working papers, teaching, and research.

The Association for Religion, Economics and Culture (ASREC)

ASREC supports all manner of social-scientific methods, but seeks especially to stimulate work based on economic perspectives and the rational choice paradigm. The economic study of religion comprises a variety of subfields, which collectively embrace all aspects of the social-scientific study of religion. It is by no means limited to questions concerning the commercial economy or monetary aspects of religion. Studies of the current and historic role of religion in advancing or impeding economic development, social progress, moral development, scientific and technology advances, and so forth. Economic studies of religious beliefs, behavior, and institutions. The Skeptic's Dictionary.

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ERS. Charles Darwin and other early evolutionists were fascinated by religious phenomena and how they might be explained from an evolutionary perspective. Nevertheless, evolutionary theory became restricted to the biological sciences and excluded from the study of many human-related subjects for most of the 20th century. Only now is the theory being used to explain all aspects of humanity in addition to the rest of life. The new field of evolutionary religious studies is part of this larger trend. This website provides an introduction to the study of religion from an evolutionary perspective. It includes the following features: Please visit the EvoS web site for a more general introduction to evolution in relation to human affairs.

This website is funded by a TARP (Templeton Advanced Research Program) grant from the John Templeton Foundation, which is administred by the Metanexus Institute. For questions and comments, contact the program director, David Sloan Wilson. Portland State Sociology of Islam & Muslim Societies. The British Humanist Association. Sandwalk. PracticalDoubt.com. Secularism and Nonreligion. Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society & Culture. Religion Dispatches. A Philosophy Podcast and Philosophy Blog. Heterodoxology. Atheist Nexus. Skeptic » Home » The Skeptics Society &asmp; Skeptic magazine. Michael Shermer. Americans United for Separation of Church and State.

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March 2012, 11:06 The online-magazine Evolution: This View of Life did get a new (and, if I might say, awesome) look. For example, the recommendation of John Jacob Lyons, who is a regular commentator here, about presenting the number of comments to each post has been fulfilled. You should check out the fresh page! More than ever, the brilliant team with active members such as Robert "@RobertMKadar" Kadar and Hadassah "@Haddie" Head is experimenting with new media possibilities such as videos. After seeing this well-done tutorial, I decided to add a web-interview and sent him some questions. Neuroanthropology. NeuroTribes. "The Structure of Flame" by autistic artist Jessica Park.

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Courtesy of Pure Vision Arts: In 2007, the United Nations passed a resolution declaring April 2 World Autism Awareness Day — an annual opportunity for fundraising organizations to bring public attention to a condition considered rare just a decade ago. Now society is coming to understand that the broad spectrum of autism — as it’s currently defined, which will change next year with the publication of the DSM-5 – isn’t rare after all. Neurophilosophy.

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