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Miss those great intellectual discussions you used to have on the Hill with fellow Cornell students? Let’s have those fun and intelligent conversations here in NYC. 

Topic of the night: How can science be compatible with non-science (religion, spirituality, etc). 

I’d like to posit that science is actually compatible with non-science, which I define as “Religion, spirituality, and theoretical philosophy†— I explain my argument in the brief paper below. I will highlight the argument at the beginning of the evening, and we will discuss whether this or some other methodology will allow science to be compatible with non-science (not to be confused with nonsense, which a lot of people think non-science is!) 

Here is my argument for how science can be compatible with non-science. Let’s discuss this and alternative reasons that science can or can not be compatible with non-science.

Fees collected will be used towards dinner and drinks for those who attend.

Date: Saturday, June 1, 2019
Time: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Location: Midtown Restaurant, 155 East 55th Street, New York, NY 10022
Cost: $15 General Attendees, $10 Young Alumni. 

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