With Lynn Hubbard
These discussions will based on an examination of the nature of religion consciousness and the nature of science. It will be suggested that the current debate on this topic is rooted in a fundamental philosophical misunderstanding of both science and religion, and that in fact religious and scientific fundamentalism are one in the same thought forms. It will be demonstrated that both disciplines are valid epistemological methodologies in helping to reveal the nature of reality. The instructor will also suggest that the misunderstanding of science and religion belies a philosophical and intellectual hubris at the heart of the Academy.
Sat., Oct. 13-27 • 1-3 p.m.
HSU Campus: Harry Griffith Hall, rm. 106
$60 • Class #: 46906
Dr. Lynn Hubbard served for many years as the associate dean of Rockefeller Chapel at the University of Chicago. He is an adopted member of the Sincagu Lakota Oyate (Sioux Nation) and a Fire Keeper for his families Sundance Ceremony on the Pine Ridge, in South Dakota. His specialities are in Native American spirituality, comparative mythology and religion and science.