Religion and Science

@article{260340C1945ReligionAS,
  title={Religion and Science},
  author={Religstud 260-340C and Jim Kanaris},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1945},
  volume={156},
  pages={232-232}
}
THE conventional "conflict between religion and science" has concerned itself with questions which are not of themselves fundamental, and which are consequently incapable, as they stand, of any solution, as their perpetual recurrence indicates. The truth is, in Prof. H. Dingle's view, "that most of us have two different, and largely incompatible, attitudes towards what is essentially a homogeneous body of experience, and that we are, in the main, unconscious of this" ("Science and Religion… 

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