BROKEN ARROW, Okla.
- Feb. 18, 2016
-- The Blyth Institute is proud to announce that we have recently received a grant from the Center for Evolutionary Informatics to make improvements to our online conference, Alternatives to Methdological Naturalism. The Blyth Institute is using the money received to provide a permanent branded identity for the conference to use year after year, to provide honorariums for invited speakers, and to market the conference in a variety of venues.
The Alternatives to Methodological Naturalism conference aims to provide an exploration of how scientific methodologies work to both help and hinder science and other academic investigations, and how alternative methodologies may be of use in different circumstances. The conference is interdisciplinary, including contributions from linguistics, psychology, economics, and biology. The conference will be held online on April 16. There is a call for presentations available at the conference website.
For more information about the conference, see the conference website at am-nat.org or http://www.blythinstitute.org/