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Science and Ethics

Laszlo Zsolnai lectured on Science and Ethics on June 23, 2017 in Budapest at the Karoli Gaspar University of Reformed Church in Hungary.

Zsolnai argued that today’s science has been captured by big business and commercial interests often distort the search for the truth. Examples of distortion include (i) presenting something which is untrue; (ii) rejecting something which is true; (iii) wrongly defining research problems; and (iv) developing biased research agendas. Solutions include independent, concerned and reflective scholarship that is open to spiritual values.