On November 9th and 10th, 2013, the Manipal Centre for Philosophy and Humanities organized a National Workshop on Science and Religion. It welcomed presentations from teachers and students from the centre, as well as from external speakers. Students from all over India attended this two-days space of thinking and dialogue on the questions of faith, knowledge, truth and belief.
Click on the links below to access the reports written by the MCPH students, on each of the lectures.
“God as Nature and Nature as God”
K V Akshara:
“Science and Faith: A Layman’s View”
“Science and God in 17th Century Europe”
“Wit, Spirit, Text: John Donne in the Age of Discovery”
“Science, Religion and the Image of the World Around Us”
“Makings of a Scientific Religion”
“Scientific and Religious Imagination”
“Biology and Religion”
“Legal Governance of Sexual Diversity”
Documentary screening: Many People Many Desires
Conversation with A Revathi
Click on the image below to access the album page of the workshop pictures: