Large auditorium, many seats, insecure lecturer


Admission is free, so the lecture should be almost worth the price.


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  • dangerdad

    It may be free, but is it being webcast?

    • DanielPeterson

      Not that I’m aware of. But I think it will be recorded, and I know that they intend to publish it. But that may take a long time.

  • brotheroflogan

    What is meant by Cosmic Harmony?

    • DanielPeterson

      It’s an allusion to the premodern idea of “the music of the spheres,” and will (if the text that I’m currently writing turns out the way I envision) provide a theme for the lecture.

  • Ray Agostini

    There’s a wealth of information in the Stephen J Gould archive: And also a provocative piece on

    “Isaac Newton on the Mosaic Account of Creation”: In his

    “Rocks of Ages: Science and Religion in the Fullness of Life”, Gould gives an astonishing account about the creationist Newton opposing what would later become known as “Darwinism”. I accept evolution, for the record, but it’s always been a curiosity to me why Newton didn’t. Newton wrote far more about God and religion, privately, than he did about science, and was intensely religious.

    I hope things like this will be explored in the seminar. Just a thought.