Religion and Science: Two Peas in a Pod or Fruits of Different Vines
This essay deals with the difference between religion and science. Émile Durkheim and other nineteenth century social philosophers thought that science was a child of religion and that the two belonged to the same family of collective representations. I would like to offer an opposing opinion from the point of view of cultural anthropology.
Dow, James W. "Religion and Science: Two Peas in a Pod or Fruits of Different Vines" Oakland Journal 16 (2009). 131-147
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