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The Veritas Forum @ UW: Does Science Point to Atheism?

March 4 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

AN ATHEIST PHILOSOPHER AND CHRISTIAN MATHEMATICIAN DISCUSS TRUTH AND KNOWLEDGE

Prof. Conor Mayo-Wilson, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Washington

Conor Mayo-Wilson is a professor of Philosophy at the University of Washington. His educational background is in mathematics, philosophy, and logic, and he is affiliated with the Munich Center
of Mathematical Philosophy. Some of his specific interests are epistemology, philosophy of science, and a history of mathematics.

Prof. Satyan Devadoss, Chair of Applied Mathematics at the University of San Diego

Satyan Devadoss is a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society and recipient of two national teaching awards. He is a strong proponent of a liberal arts education, with research interests at the
intersection of mathematics with shape, design, and sculptures.

MODERATED BY BRUCE HEVLY, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF HISTORY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

This event is free to attend and open to the public. Reception to follow after the event.

PROUDLY PARTNERED WITH UW PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT, CRU, HALLOWS CHURCH,
THE CARLSON LEADERSHIP & PUBLIC SERVICE CENTER, RUF, MOSAIC COMMUNITY CHURCH, THE AL-MA’IDAH INITIATIVE

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March 4
Time:
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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https://crosscut.com/event/veritas-forum-uw-does-science-point-atheism

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University of Washington Kane Hall
4069 Spokane Ln
Seattle, WA 98195 United States
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