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Notes Jan 6 - JANUARY 6, 2011: SCIENCE AS A WAY OF KNOWING...

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J ANUARY 6, 2011: S CIENCE AS A WAY OF KNOWING B IG I DEAS 1. Literacy: Compare and contrast theological differences between religions with high productivity and low productivity scientists 2. Literacy: Contrast category, difference, and relational hypotheses. 4. Literacy: How do you use systems notation to describe relational hypotheses? 5. Reasoning: Describe the process used to identify the cause of childbed mortality 6. Reasoning: Use systems biology notation to explicitly state the relational hypothesis explaining the disease transmission in The Tangle 7. Stewardship: Compare and contrast ways of knowing—include science, religion, and the arts Dallin H. Oaks: We seek after knowledge, but we do so in a special way because we believe there are two dimensions of knowledge, material and spiritual. We seek knowledge in the material dimension by scientific inquiry and in the spiritual dimension by revelation. In the interest of time I will say no more of the material dimension except to affirm the obvious truth
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