Science & Orthodoxy around the World (SOW)

The major aim of Project SOW is to chart a previously unknown field: the views and positions on the relations between Science and religion in the entire Orthodox Christian world, and thus setting the foundations for an organized and advanced dialogue between Science and Orthodoxy, creating a network of scholars from various fields and traditions. This dialogue is to be related with the relevant dialog in West Christianity creating a fruitful interaction.

3rd World Congress of Transdisciplinarity

OCTOBER 26-30, 2020

Orthodox Christianity and Modern Science: Tensions, Ambiguities, Potential

We are happy to announce that the first volume of the series "Orthodox Christianity and Modern Science" based on the papers of the First SOW International Conference is now available.
Many thanks and congratulations to the editors Vasilios Makrides and Gayle Woloschak as well as all the authors of the book.

Basarab Nicolescu awarded Peace Prize for his work on Transdisciplinarity

Our warm congratulations to Prof. Basarab Nicolescu for being awarded the PEACE PRIZE attributed by UNIPAZ and ALUBRAT, Brazil, 2019 for being "pilgrim of peaceful consciousness, honoring Baasarab Nicolescu's legacy of Transdisciplinarity that drives the evolutionary awakening of Humanity"

Analog and Digital Translating: Dictionary of Technology and the Rosetta Stone

by Prof. Aleksandar Petrovic (University of Belgrade) and Aleksandra Stevanovic (University of Belgrade)

International Journal of Tranlsation 30/2 (Jul-Dec 2018)

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From Analog to Digital: The Rise of Artificial Intelligence and the Logos of the Dictionary of Technology

Lecture by Aleksandra Stevanovic (University of Belgrade) at the Indian Institute of Technology, Tirupati | September 25, 2019

 

 

International Symposium Orthodox Christianity & Contemporary Problems “The Challenges of Technology”

International Symposium Orthodox Christianity & Contemporary Problems “The Challenges of Technology”

Project SOW's results presented in PRISMA Science Magazine

Efthymios Nicolaidis presents the results of Project SOW in the Science Magazine PRISMA

June 29, 2019

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Orthodoxy and Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence and Theology

Project “Science and Orthodoxy around the World” presented from 16th to 18th April 2019 at Saint John of Damascus Institute of Theology, University of Balamand, Lebanon.

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ABOUT PROJECT SOW

Project SOW is organized by the Institute of Historical Research of the National Hellenic Research Foundation.

 

Project SOW is funded by Templeton World Charity Foundation Inc.

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