REL 120.001 Religion and Science
This course is a study of the construction of “science” and “religion,” focusing on the ways these concepts have been co-constructed and mutually defined throughout history, looking at the uses of the terms in the history of science and contemporary debates, examining the scientific revolution, nature, gender, science as religion, and cognitive science. HU
T, R | 9:30-10:45
Darwin, Charles, (Introduction: Huxley, Julian)
The Origin of Species
Signet; Rep Anv edition (2003)
Blackboard Other texts will be available through the Blackboard course site.