Social Science 130B: Science and Religion II - Cognitive Neuroscience
The development of genomics, stem-cell research, robotics, nanotechnology, and neuropharmacology raises difficult religious and philosophical questions. Examines interdisciplinary approaches that cut across institutional boundaries, cultural borders, and religious traditions. Focuses on the relationship between religion and cognitive/affective/social neuroscience. Same as Logic and Philosophy of Science 140A-B.
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Author Trabing, Carol Title Lecturer Department
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