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Most events held at the Eldorado Hotel, 309 W San Francisco Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501
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'''Multi-Dimensions of Evolution'''
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====2009 Annual Business Network and Board of Trustees’ Symposium====
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==Multi-Dimensions of Evolution==
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2009 is the bicentenary of the birth of Charles Darwin.  This year SFI has been celebrating this event through a variety of wide-ranging lectures, symposia, and public events on the topic of evolution.  The idea has been to explore the many ways in which a Darwinian and Post-Darwinian perspective on life and time have changed our science, society and metaphysics.
  
2009 Annual Business Network and Board of Trustees’ Symposium
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This November we shall continue our celebrations with a series of talks on the multi-dimensions of evolution followed by a concert performance and readings -- extending our inquiries into the world of nineteenth century, romantic exploration, and historical synthesis, spanning science and music.
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Each speaker will address some unique application of evolutionary thought, describing how an evolutionary perspective has transformed our knowledge of the world.  Speakers will consider how evolutionary thinking transformed their fields, and how new, post-Darwinian ideas have been evolving and generating further insights.
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Organized by David Krakauer, SFI Chair of Faculty and Professor.

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November 12-14, 2009

Most events held at the Eldorado Hotel, 309 W San Francisco Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501


2009 Annual Business Network and Board of Trustees’ Symposium

Multi-Dimensions of Evolution

2009 is the bicentenary of the birth of Charles Darwin. This year SFI has been celebrating this event through a variety of wide-ranging lectures, symposia, and public events on the topic of evolution. The idea has been to explore the many ways in which a Darwinian and Post-Darwinian perspective on life and time have changed our science, society and metaphysics.

This November we shall continue our celebrations with a series of talks on the multi-dimensions of evolution followed by a concert performance and readings -- extending our inquiries into the world of nineteenth century, romantic exploration, and historical synthesis, spanning science and music.

Each speaker will address some unique application of evolutionary thought, describing how an evolutionary perspective has transformed our knowledge of the world. Speakers will consider how evolutionary thinking transformed their fields, and how new, post-Darwinian ideas have been evolving and generating further insights.

Organized by David Krakauer, SFI Chair of Faculty and Professor.