Jennifer Hornsby / James Ladyman / Rupert Read
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Modern science has provided answers to questions once thought impertinent for human beings to investigate. Among them, ‘What causes earthquakes and natural disasters?’, ‘Where does human life begin?’, and ‘Do we have free will?’. But when does the triumph of science become triumphalism? What are the limits of scientific inquiry, and does it leave any questions for non-scientists to answer?
Fellow, Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method, LSE and Fellow, Forum for Philosophy
Recorded on 15 February 2016 at the LSE
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