Seiler on Science

Thoughts on the history of science, with a special focus on the relationship between religion and science through history, all coming from an Objectivist perspective. ("Seiler" is pronounced "Sy-ler")

Location: Virginia, United States

Saturday, September 22, 2012

My article in The Objective Standard

The Fall 2012 issue of The Objective Standard contains my article "The Role of Religion in the Scientific Revolution." This article contains the results of my research into the interactions between science and religion in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. I plan to incorporate this material into chapter six of my book on the conflict between science and religion.

Here is a link to the issue: The Objective Standard.


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