Course Description

Explore the nature of magic and how it is used and misused in science and religion. We will look at historic and current conflicts between sacred and secular world views, focusing on recent discoveries and innovations in the physical and social sciences. Understand key concepts of how science works even though complex details remain under a cloud of “magic.” Presented by Sandy Catz, MEng, a retired director of engineering design evaluation at Lockheed Martin; leads discussions for Greater Philadelphia Thinking Society and Socrates Café. 


In order to register for this course, you must be a member of the Lifelong Learning Society for the Spring 2016 semester.
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