OTHER seminars

2019 (21st): Science and Society: Defining what is human

The 21th International Interdisciplinary Seminar (London, January 3-5, 2019) brings Results of what Quantum physics, evolutionary biology, neuroscience, and computer science have brought which seem to be of help in overcoming a flat materialistic view of the world and of human beings. On the other hand, science is giving rise to powerful technologies which will increase our capacity for constructing the world and shaping humanity. Quantum computing and Genome editing (CRISPR/Cas9) are among the technologies with the most far-reaching implications.

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2018 (20th): Can science and technology shape a new humanity?

The 20th International Interdisciplinary Seminar (London, January 4-6, 2018) aims to address the tendency of reducing anthropological notions to scientific notions and technological achievements, defining humanity merely in terms of what the individual can do.

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2017 (19th): What make us humans?

19th International Interdisciplinary Seminar, London, January 1-6, 2017
What differenciates Human persons from animals and machines?

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2016 (18th): Is evolution the smartest form of creation?

18th International Interdisciplinary Seminar, Barcelona, January 1-6, 2016
This Conference aimed to illustrate the real symbiosis between faith and science.

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2015 (17th): Did the universe come out of nothing? When did the first Human Beings appear on Earth?

17th International Interdisciplinary Seminar, London, January 1-6, 2015

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2014 (16th): The Creation of the Universe and of Human Beings: is God compatible with the latest scientific explanations?

16th International Interdisciplinary Seminar, London, January 1-7, 2014

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