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by Carl Mitcham, Professor, Liberal Arts and International Studies, Colorado School of Mines

Carl Mitcham was one of two respondents who spoke after Mons. Sorondo’s talk at the conference “The Rightful Place of Science?” presented by the Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes at Arizona State University, May 16-19, 2010, in Tempe, Arizona. Here is the text of his remarks:

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Below is the Powerpoint presentation of the 2nd day Keynote Address by Mons. Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo. For a pdf version of the text of Monsignor Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo’s keynote talk, The Truth of Science for Justice and Peace, click this: Sorondo_truthofsciencearizona

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by Heather Douglas, Associate Professor, Philosophy, University of Tennessee Heather Douglas was one of two respondents who spoke after Mons. Sorondo’s talk, and joined the Monsignor and the other respondent, Carl Mitcham of the Colorado School of Mines, for discussion with the audience.  Here is the text of her response: [see additional links at bottom]  [ Read More ]

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Farzad Mahootian, a philosopher who is also a CSPO affiliate, gave his commentary on the 2nd day Keynote Address “The Truth of Science, Justice and Peace” by Monsignor Sorondo.

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By Sean Hays (CNS ASU), reporting from the 2nd day TPRS Keynote Address by Mons. Sorondo Monsignor Marcelo Sànchez Sorondo, Chancellor of the Vatican’s Pontifical Academy of Sciences, provided an answer to the question, what is the rightful place of science, in the title of his presentation: The Truth of Science for Justice and Peace.  [ Read More ]

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Monsignor Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo, Chancellor, Pontifical Academy of Sciences, Vatican

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Gina Kolata, Science Journalist, The New York Times

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By Sean Hays (CNS ASU), reporting the first day Keynote Address, Gina Kolata Keynote speaker Gina Kolata, an award-winning science writer for The New York Times, attempted to answer the question, what is the rightful place of science, from the perspective of its role in journalism, and her role as a journalist. She offered what  [ Read More ]

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Join us on live-discussion on the Rightful Place of Science? Conference

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In his introduction of Gina Kolata, the keynote speech of the Rightful Place of Science, Lee Gutkind – distinguished writer in residence at CSPO – mentioned that Kolata is the only person being serenaded by Colbert. www.colbertnation.com