Bettering Humanity: Historic Secular Movements
In the long history of humans’ development, various efforts to better humanity have been proposed. This conference aims to review the secular movements which are historically significant, to understand how and why they mostly failed and in what ways they succeeded so that we can learn from them and do better with the Scimat approach. Examples of these movements in modern eras include the Enlightenment, the Vienna Circle and the Humanism movement. In this conference, reviews are presented by experts on the main theme of bettering humanity. But like in previous Scimat conferences, papers on all other science matters are welcome. It is also the occasion to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the scimat conference series and the Scimat Program.
Poster of this conference
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Proceedings of the 5th Science Matters Conference, held in 2015, published by Science Matters Press, is now available.