Science and Religion in China, AAS 2011





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Published on Mar 24, 2011

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Introduction to the History of Science and Religion in China, discussing the problems of the scientific idiom for interpreting Chinese religious history. One example of modern Daoist Medicine demonstrates the problems which arise when religion is envisioned solely for its social or technological utility. Concludes with introduction to panel papers for Session 578 of AAS 2011.

Guest Speaker (video): Francesca Bray
Subtitles Denis Montagner
Photo of Needham at Bellagio Conference provided by John Moffet, NRI

Venue: Room 322B
Time: April 2nd, Saturday 6:15-8:15 pm

Panelists: Geoffrey Goble, Paul Jackson, Steve Kory, Stuart Young and Pierce Salguero.

Respondent: Martha Hanson

Produced and edited by:
Michael Stanley-Baker,
Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine,
University College London

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