Our second conference --- "The Human MInd and Physicalism" --- ran from June 8-10, 2018, in Washington, DC, at the Cathollic University of America
Physicalism (also called scientific materialism) is the reductive claim that all of reality, including the human mind, is physical. The conference brought together scholars in many fields (philosophy, physics, neuroscience, and computer science/mathematical logic) to examine this claim critically. There were also talks on other topics, including the life of Bl. Nicolaus Steno. The St. Albert Award Lecture was given by Juan Martin Maldacena of the Instatute for Advanced Study (Princeton) on the subject of "Black Holes and the Structure of Spacetime."
Take a look at our conference schedule
Directory of Videos of Talks:
see list of available videos
Media Coverage of Conference:
Catholic Scientists Find Camaraderie When Discussing Faith, Research, CRUX
Major Growth for Group Highlighting Faith-Science Harmony , Catholic News Agency