Matthew Stanley is an astronomer and a professor of the history and philosophy of science at New York University. In 2016, he gave a talk at the annual meeting of the American Physical Society on the question of whether we are alone in the universe, and if we are not, what would that mean to our sense of humanness. He is the author of Practical Mystic: Religion, Science and A.S. Eddington, about how scientists reconcile their religious beliefs and professional lives.
|Categories||Astronomy, Science & health|
|Locations||New York, North America, United States of America|