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COLLECTIONPublished articles
TITLEScience, Religion, and Development: Promoting a Discourse in India, Brazil, and Uganda
AUTHOR 1 Institute for Studies in Global Prosperity
DATE_THIS2010
ABSTRACTThe experience and insights of academics, policy makers, and development practitioners who have contributed to the discourse on science, religion, and development on three continents. [Link to PDF, offsite.]
NOTES The document linked below is housed at globalprosperity.org/resources.
CROSSREFScience, Religion and Development: Some Initial Considerations
TAGSBrazil; Development; India; Institute for Studies in Global Prosperity (ISGP); Religion (general); Science; Uganda
 
CONTENT
About: This document brings together the experience and insights of diverse groups of people – academics, policy makers, and development practitioners – who have contributed to the discourse on science, religion, and development on three continents. The document is a modest contribution to the formidable task of rethinking some of the basic concepts that inform development thinking.
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LANG THISEnglish
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