In his new book The Moral Landscape, neurologist and philosopher Sam Harris challenges the widespread view that science has nothing to say about moral issues and that religion is the greatest authority on the meaning, values and a good life.
For Sam, the goal of moral physiognomy is to start a conversation about moral truth can be understood in terms of science.
Richard Dawkins is known for its persistence in the demand for a rational and scientific approach to solving most fundamental questions of life wherever and whenever it can be applied. Therefore, science can help us determine how we should live in the 21st century?
These two summits to discuss rational thought at the Sheldonian Theatre at Oxford University, as the science of morality could be formulated and applied to human welfare.