Florida Darwin Council & the Tampa Bay Coalition of Reason

~ Presents ~
Daniel Dennett
Evolutionary Routes to the Human Mind

“If you can approach the world's complexities, both its glories and its horrors, with an attitude of humble curiosity, acknowledging that however deeply you have seen, you have only scratched the surface, you will find worlds within worlds, beauties you could not heretofore imagine, and your own mundane preoccupations will shrink to proper size, not all that important in the greater scheme of things.” Daniel C. Dennett, in Breaking the Spell

Charles Darwin (1809-1882) conjoined decades of keen field observations with his investigative spirit and the knowledge of his day to produce what some consider the most significant scientific works ever authored. As relevant as ever, Darwin’s worldview offers a basis for understanding – and solving – the 21st century’s ecological crisis.
Borrowing from the words of Theodosius Dobzhansky, the great evolutionary biologist, “Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution.”

Tampa Bay United Coalition of Reason presents:
Daniel Dennett
Evolutionary Routes to the Human Mind
Saturday, February 8th 2014, at 10:30 AM
Event cost: $35- at the door only, includes Lunch.
At Clearwater Unitarian Universalist Octagon
2470 Nursery Road, Clearwater, FL 33764 Map
Tickets: Ph.(727) 733-7855 or, see any Council/Coalition organization.

~ Daniel Dennett ~

Essential Links

Charles Darwin 1809-1882

2014 marks the 214th anniversary of the birth of Charles Darwin, whose researches and original concepts have provided a foundation for much of modern science. It is also the 155th anniversary (Nov. 24) of the publication of The Origin of Species.

We will mark February 8th 2014 with this event, designed to enhance the public understanding and appreciation of science.

E-mail us at: information@evolvetampa.com
for more.

Ryan Cragun 

Ryan T. Cragun is a husband, father, and sociologist of religion (in order of importance). Originally from Utah, he now lives in Florida and works at the University of Tampa. His research and writing focuses on religion, with an emphasis on Mormonism and the nonreligious. His research has been published in a variety of academic journals, including: Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, Sociology of Religion, Nova Religio, Journal of Religion and Health, and Journal of Contemporary Religion. He's the author of two books and has another one forthcoming.

Michael Hoffmann, MD
Professor of Neurology (UCF)
Director Cognitive Neurology and Stroke Programs
JAH-VA Hospital
Sponsored by the organizations of TBCoR. After 2-1-14 tickets can be purchsed at the door only. Phone (727) 733-7855 for tickets, or contact any organization above.
Recommended for adults; suitable for children 12 & up