Orthodoxy and Science in Russia

by Dr Anna Saprykina

The year 2017 in Russia is the century anniversary of Russian revolution. Public, state and scientific events of this year in Russia are dedicated to the centenary of one of the most tragic events in Russian and world history. Results, conclusions that we can make, looking back to the past century - these are the main topics raised today at conferences, round tables, exhibitions. We can say that this is an important epoch in the history of Russian science, including both the science and religion relationship and education issues.

Αντικειμενικότητα, γνώση και πίστη: Ένα σχόλιο ενάντια στις αυτονόητες χρήσεις

του Βαγγέλη Κούταληερευνητή Προγράμματος SOW

Theory of Evolution: The Apple of Discord in the Serbian Educational System

The Russian Orthodox Church outside Russia and Science

by Miriam AsliturkProject SOW Researcher

 

A Short History

Science - religion disputes in Bulgarian social media

by Ivaylo NachevProject SOW Researcher 

 

Science - religion disputes in Bulgarian social media 

(Some thoughts on the importance of a constructive dialogue when worldviews clash)

 

Grants for authoring papers

Grants for authoring papers about the relation between Science and Orthodox Christianity 

 

SCHEME

Project Science and Orthodoxy around the World (SOW) of the Institute of Historical Research of the National Hellenic Research Foundation awards 10 grants of 1000 euros each for authoring papers about the relations between Science and Orthodox Christianity.

COMPETITION CALENDAR

Science and Orthodoxy: Evidence of absence or absence of evidence?

by Kostas Tampakis, SOW Researcher

Science & Religion Summer School

Accuracy and the rise of modern science

 by Dr Efthymios Nicolaidis, Project SOW Director

Claudius Ptolemy, the great Alexandrian astronomer of the 2nd c. A.D., begins his book Mathematical syntax of astronomy, known as Almagest, as follows:

Focal points and methodological issues in the research of Science-Orthodoxy relations

National Hellenic Research Foundation | 26 February 2017

 

By Miriam Asliturk, Project SOW Researcher

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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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