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The Medieval Islamicate World: Crash Course History of Science #7

The religion of Islam significantly influenced knowledge-making in the greater Mediterranean and western Asian world. Islamicate scholars—meaning people influenced by Islamic civilization, regardless of their religious views—gave us terms such as “algebra,” “azimuth,” “algorithm,” “alcohol,” “alkali,” and “alembic.” We’ll dive into Islamic medicine and philosophers such as the great Persian polymath Ibn Sina in future […]

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The “WTF” star and its strange dimming (it’s not aliens) | Unsolved Mysteries

The WTF star is possibly the weirdest star I have ever come across like it is probably the most observed star in the history of astronomy and yet even with all those observations we still have no idea what it’s doing so the WTF star is also known as the Tabby’s star or Boyajian’s star […]

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India: Crash Course History of Science #4

You might have recognized the names of some of the Greek natural philosophers. They were individuals with quirky theories, and we have records about them. But they weren’t the only people making knowledge back in the day. India had major urban centers, centralized administrative states, and complicated metaphysical traditions long before the Greeks had anything […]

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HPSC0022 – Science and Religion

I’m Bill MacLehose, I’m the instructor for HPSC0022, which is Science and Religion. Science and Religion is a module that addresses this long-standing idea that there’s a conflict between these two things, that which we call science on the one hand, and what we call religion on the other, and historically speaking, actually, that’s not […]

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The Scientific Methods: Crash Course History of Science #14

I started this course by saying that people have made knowledge about the natural world, pretty much forever. They’ve done this by carefully observing the world and then devising tests to find out if their ideas are true. Today, we refer to a specific series of steps—coming up with a hypothesis, testing it, and drawing […]

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Science and Religion in China, AAS 2011

good evening and welcome to tonight's panel science and religion in China circumstances have meant that i'm unable to be with you in person to introduce the panel so i'll be doing so through a short video clip the contact of religion and science has been at the heart of the Occidental discipline of synology […]

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STS Seminars 2018  - Anna Alexandrova - When Well-being becomes a number

yeah bringing to be here great admirer or far the work you do in this department this is still well being but not stuff in my book so don't worry and it's also a joint worth with a PhD students and land economy around Romans you've seen who helped me to understand some of the […]

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WHAT DO History and Sociology say about Science and Religion??

we often near the claim in the Western world that signed some religion our odds with each other and it's easy to assume that these types of statements are probably true and have always been for our history we have groups like the New Atheists Richard Dawkins Sam Harris the late Christopher Hitchens who unapologetically […]

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