When do we see the blessings in front of us, and when do we miss them? Or, conversely, when do we see the problems in front of us, and when do we miss those?
One of the most powerful ways to bridge ideological barriers is to remind people that there is so much we don’t know about the world.
The story of how modern mathematics developed in the Middle Ages is one of cooperation among people of faiths that are often seen as being in conflict: Catholicism, Judaism and Islam
What does it take for us to change our beliefs, and how is it tied in with our identity and community?
Love is an orientation towards others, knowing that when two people give 100% of themselves to each other, there is more than enough for everyone.
How can we rethink work, play and their incentives in the new landscape of post-COVID America?
Sinai and Synapses Fellow Elizabeth Fernandez speaks with Dr. Brian Patrick Green, Director of Technology Ethics at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University, who has attended conferences on AI at the Vatican.
What is the interrelationship between body and mind, and how much thinking happens outside of our brains?
Science progresses only through scientists, who are indeed human beings – and perhaps one key to unlocking their excitement is a sense of awe.
How does process theology — especially in the Jewish world — help us understand the relationship between religion and the scientific method?