Science, Brains, Humanity

Paul Grobstein

Liberal Arts Honors Program, City College of New York
Science 10001, Man and Nature: Life
Second Class (click for first class)
December 8, 2004

Is there anything in our discussion of the brain that makes one think differently about what humans are? who one is oneself? And does it seem to have any implications for
  • What is science?
  • Where does it come from?
  • Is it good for humanity?
Stories from the on-line forum area.

Reminders from first class

Science as exploring, story telling, creating (and ingredient for ... )


Science in Society: science as a social activity


Science in Society: the interplay between individual and cultural stories

Science in the universe

Further reading

If you're particularly interested, have a little extra time, want to join in another conversation as well, have a look at
"Writing Descartes: I Am, and I Can Think, Therefore ..."

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