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Tuesday, March 5 • 08:30 - 10:30
#5/182.3 – Science and Theology: Relationship and Contexts

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Both religion and science have been means to improve the lives of human beings and to answer their questions about the human life and the surrounding world. There have been common aspects as well of opposite aspects between these two approaches. They have also had mutual influence on each other. The aim of the panel is to investigate the main features of harmony or conflict between S&R and to survey their reciprocal influence. Its main focus is the analysis of features of the debate both in the East and in West.Mohammed Bagheri (Iran, member of the scientific board of the Institute for the History of Science at the University of Tehran and professor of History of Mathematics and Astronomy) will chair and introduce the panel presenting a paper on the relationship between astronomy and theology.

• Ivana Panzeca (Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa) - Cultural Renaissance in the Safavid Empire: Persian thinkers between science and theology 
 • Amir-Mohammad Gamini (Institute for the History of Philosophy, University of Tehran) - An Islamic reception of Darwin’s theory of evolution in 1914 

• Giuseppina Ferriello  (Fscire)
• Alba Fedeli (Hamburg Univeristät / Fscire)


Amir-Mohammad Gamini

Institute for the History of Philosophy, University of Tehran

Ivana Panzeca

Scuola Normale Superiore

Alba Fedeli

Hamburg Universität / Fscire)

Tuesday March 5, 2019 08:30 - 10:30 GMT
Teatro San Leonardo Via S. Vitale, 63, 40125 Bologna BO
  Panel, Islam

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