Beyond Belief: Candles in the Dark

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Beyond Belief: Candles in the Dark

Beyond Belief: Candles in the Dark is the third in an annual series of conversations: an ongoing project to foster and promote the use of reason in formulating social policy.

Website: http://thesciencenetwork.org/programs/beyond-belief-candles-in-the-dark
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BB: I, II & III - lasting impressions?

Started by Gregg Deering. Last reply by godlessfather Dec 30, 2008. 2 Replies

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Comment by Gregg Deering on December 27, 2008 at 10:38pm
Hi

I'm a huge fan of the first two sessions (or maybe I should say, feel they are extremely important contributions to the discourse.....)

Back in October I tried to find out if there was to be a third. Maybe I gave up to easily?

Now off to download this year's event.


Gregg
Comment by godlessfather on November 13, 2008 at 6:31am
I haven't actually managed to watch the videos yet but downloaded them all and converted them to a more convenient format. Maybe I'll pop them in during a road trip this weekend.
Comment by Mike Layfield on November 11, 2008 at 9:43pm
Great stuff. I had not realized that Beyond Belief 2008 was out until I stopped by this group. I loved the last two years seminars. I was especially pleased to see the emphasis on Human Flourishing and Eudaimonics this year.

Mike

Mike
Comment by Mims H. Carter on October 25, 2008 at 4:43pm
I just finished watching day 1, which is all that is available on line right now. Again this year, it is great, so far. The last subject, 'This Is Your Brain On Morality', continues the dialogue with Harris, Haidt, and Churchland. I have been intrigued with Haidt's five categories of morality and feel that it is a good heuristic for understanding people I don't share a world view with, particularly religious people, political conservatives, political liberals who apologize for horrible people, and academic liberals of the post-
modernist ilk. I am still on the fence with utilitarianism and group selection. Anyway, lots of good stuff to think on. It came out last night (Friday) and I stayed at home watching it all night. Maybe this is why my social life is not flourishing. Mims
 

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