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Comparison/Contrast of Science and Philosophy (or Religion)
Transcript of Comparison/Contrast of Science and Philosophy (or Religion)
--Albert Einstein Science and religion are not mutually exclusive. Charles Darwin, who formulated the Theory of Evolution, studied religion in college. Galileo remained devoutly religious even after being placed under house arrest by the church. By all accounts, Isaac Newton, the father of physics, was extremely religious. He might even be considered a religious nut! Even though science and religion (or philosophy) are not mutually exclusive, they are different. For instance, science and religion often ask different questions.
Next, Francis Collins will explain some of the differences between science and religion. Science and philosophy are also different because they explore ideas in different ways.