From childhood, people are sensitive to evidence of purposefulness in the environment and concerning objects in that environment. In fact, there may be a tendency to... Read More >
Michael Murray is Executive Vice President of Programs at the John Templeton Foundation. He is responsible for establishing funding initiatives for the foundation’s research efforts, including the study of issues such as the nature of love, gratitude and forgiveness, and the compatibility of science and faith. Murray previously held the Arthur and Katherine Shadek Professorship in the Humanities and Philosophy at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Penn., and held fellowships from Oriel College, Oxford, the Institute for Research in the Humanities, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the American Philosophical Society, and the Notre Dame Center for Philosophy and Religion.
Over the last couple of decades neuroscientists and psychologists have begun to crack open the final frontier of the human organism: the human mind. What they have f... Read More >