Religion, Experience, and the Neurological Sciences

March 27, 2014 0
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Please join us for the first panel session of the Center’s spring conference, “Studying Religion Across the Disciplines.”
Presentations: “Religious Experience and the Philosophy of Perception” by Cheryl Chen, Senior Lecturer on Philosophy, Harvard University; and “The Neuroscience of Religious Experience” Edward Modestino, Research Assistant Professor of Neuroscience and Religious Cognition, Boston University School of Theology.
Respondents: Mara Block, PhD candidate, Harvard University; and David Lamberth, Professor of Philosophy and Theology, Harvard Divinity School.

This is the first panel in the Center’s spring conference, Studying Religion Across the Disciplines. For information on all the sessions, click here.

The conference is free and open to the public. Though RSVPs are not required, they are greatly appreciated so that staff can arrange for space needs accordingly. 

Event Location: Center for the Study of World Religions
42 Francis Ave., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02138

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Thursday, March 27, 2014, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

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