PARI DIALOGUES VOL 1: Essays in Science, Religion, Society and the Arts: v. 1 Paperback – 1 Sep 2007
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This is the first in an annual series of essays written by leaders in their fields who are known for the breadth and depth of their knowledge. These contributions reflect the philosophy of, and the discussions held at, the Pari Center for New Learning. Grouped into three main areas, they form a unified volume since each one enriches and informs the others. "Science and Religion": It discusses the role of belief in the lives of scientists, and the connections between science and faith. These essays also address the question: What should be the proper boundaries between religion and science? "Society": It describes the roads to peace; just and sustainable societies; and two very different worldviews. "The Arts": It explains the nature of the creative act in both literature and art, and the experiences of the artist and writer at work.