Are We Special? Science and Theology Questioning Human Uniqueness (ECST XVI)

Łódź – Warsaw, Poland, 26 April – 1 May 2016

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Human beings are that one species which asks about its own existence. We are self-interpreting animals, developing cultural traditions to find answers for our quest for meaning. Both science and religion contribute to this quest and both can promote or challenge the idea of human uniqueness. Where do we stand today, when we ask for the distinctiveness of the human kind? How do we understand human beings in relation to the cosmos, to their fellow creatures, to the process of evolution, to the divine? How can we become what we are? Our next ESSSAT conference will be looking for answers to questions like these..

The conference will be held at the Archdiocesan Seminary in Łódź with a day trip to the site of the main academic sponsor of the conference Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw.

More information will be continuously available at the ESSSAT website.

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