Philosophy for our times: cutting edge debates and talks from the world's leading thinkers
In a scientific age faith seems to show no signs of dying off. Is it a fundamental part of the human state? Is the desire to trust that which can't be proven a source of wisdom or a curse of ignorance? And how does faith square with our increasingly relativistic age?
Critic Gerald Moore, scientist and author of Six Impossible Things, Lewis Wolpert, and philosopher and former priest Mark Vernon debate the need for faith.
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