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We should look to two of the 20th centuries great thinkers in widening the science and religion debate

The science and religion debate in Britain is often framed around Christianity and atheism. But what began as a Western conversation has increasingly become an encounter between science and all the major systems of thought, especially the Hindu tradition with its rich and varied range of philosophies. This was the subject of a lecture I delivered recently at St Edmund’s College, Cambridge, organised by The Faraday Institute for Science and…

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