Dyson was careful to take an open-minded approach: not fully endorsing design, yet not rejecting it either.
It’s a (cost-free) “summer camp for science and humanities nerds,” says philosopher of biology Paul Nelson.
You’ll hear about the latest research, explore new ideas, develope new skills, and collaborate to propose new research projects.
The very first Seminar, held in July 2007, had twelve enthusiastic students and gave us a solid start.
As it happens, these are all themes that are developed with great rigor and depth in Center for Science & Culture director Stephen Meyer’s next book.