Otago Launch Event: Aristotle and Neuroscience

An introduction by Dr Nicola Hoggard Creegan followed by a lecture on Aristotle and neuroscience by Professor Grant Gillett.

On the 12th of May people gathered in Dunedin for the Otago launch of New Zealand Christians in Science. Professor Grant Gillett presented a lecture on Aristotle and neuroscience. Below is the introduction by Dr Nicola Hoggard Creegan and, following, the lecture by Prof. Gillett.

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