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20 Feb, 2022 06:11

Science of spirit? Lisa Miller, professor of psychology and education at Columbia University

It’s hard to find a more discouraged and yet tempting subject for a learned discussion than the existence of the Transcendent. Like a forbidden fruit, it calls on us from the great works of art and the most mundane occurrences of our daily lives but to the rational mind, the thought of a higher power is akin to the original sin, which comes with the damnation of being expelled from the Eden of scientific method. But are Science, with a capital S, and the Divine indeed so incompatible? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Lisa Miller, professor of psychology and education at Columbia University and author of ‘The Awakened Brain: the Psychology of Spirituality and Our Search for Meaning’.

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