Symposium 2021 Feature Dr. Owen Anderson

Symposium 2021 Feature Dr. Owen Anderson

Today we would like to feature one of the speakers at this year’s Symposium 2021: Dr. Owen Anderson, professor of philosophy and religious studies at Arizona State University.  

Dr. Anderson has published seven books and teaches courses in philosophy, philosophy of religion, ethics, and religion. 

At Symposium, Dr. Anderson will be explicating some of the historical trends of science. Using the methods of Charles Lyell, Anderson will show that scientific origin stories reflect the philosophical assumptions of the researcher—and that scientist’s approach to the empirical method. This has implications for scientific research, as well as scientific pedagogy.  

To learn more, register for Symposium 2021 here. 


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