Browse Topics

View all talks

Breaking the Spell of Sinai (subtitled)

Daniel ReiselFilmed at JHub

The question of where morality comes from is central to religion, policy, psychology and science. Once a preserve of religion, we now know that our moral sense resides in the brain, and it is product of evolution. What does this mean for our view of evolution? What does it mean for religion? And what are the societal implications of a scientific theory of morality?

Daniel is a doctor, researcher and educator. He is interested in the origins of human morality and passionate about opening up conversations across disciplines and denominations. A past programming co-chair of Limmud Conference and Limmud Fest, he currently chairs the board of Yachad.

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License

Share This