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The Evidence of Things Not Seen

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Religious and non-religious people alike commonly assert that religion and science occupy two entirely separate and distinct realms. But what if science and religion share something deeply mysterious in common? What if that mysterious commonality is faith? In this collection, the eminent economist Vernon L. Smith explores the spooky aspects of contemporary science and uncovers the faith and mystery at the root of scientific inquiry. Through his 2016 Acton University lecture, and in conversations with other scholars, Smith reflects on the history and contemporary state of physics and economics with a view toward the convergence of religion and science in their dependence on the evidence of things not seen.


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Religious and non-religious people alike commonly assert that religion and science occupy two entirely separate and distinct realms. But what if science and religion share something deeply mysterious in common? What if that mysterious commonality is faith? In this collection, the eminent economist Vernon L. Smith explores the spooky aspects of contemporary science and uncovers the faith and mystery at the root of scientific inquiry. Through his 2016 Acton University lecture, and in conversations with other scholars, Smith reflects on the history and contemporary state of physics and economics with a view toward the convergence of religion and science in their dependence on the evidence of things not seen.

Includes contributions by Lenore T. Ealy, Samuel Gregg, and Victor V. Claar

Vernon L. Smith was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in 2002 for his work in experimental economics. He holds the George L. Argyros Chair in Finance and Economics, and is Professor of Economics and Law in the Fowler School of Law, at Chapman University.

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ISBN 978-1-942503-62-0
Page Count 67
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