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Foundation Report

The 2015 Foundation Report, "From Learning to Progress," is our new digital publication highlighting impact stories across the Foundation's funding areas.

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Foundation Report
Foundation Report

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What does it mean to be intellectually humble? How well do you know your own mind? The Big Ideas program on Slate.com offers the perspective of psychologists, philosophers, historians, theologians, and ethicists on the topic, "What do we know?"

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Science-Religion Dialogue

An NPR blog post features video conversations with cognitive scientists at the "Breaking New Ground in the Science-Religion Dialogue" workshop, organized by grantee Cristine Legare.

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Science-Religion Dialogue
Science-Religion Dialogue

Best of Big Questions

“What Is Wisdom?” Read this essay by Dr. Margaret Plews-Ogan on Big Questions Online.

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Best of Big Questions
Best of Big Questions

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"Nothing can seem extraordinary until you have discovered what is ordinary," said C.S. Lewis. The Big Ideas on Slate.com asks philosophers, theologians, and scientists: "Are miracles possible?" Join the conversation.

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FQXi: Foundational Questions in Physics and Cosmology

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The Purpose Prize™: A Prize for Social Innovators Over the Age of 60

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Program on Indian Economic Policies: Free Trade, Democracy, and Entrepreneurial Development

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Religion as the Basis for Power and Property in the First Civilizations: Analysis of the Findings at Çatalhöyük, Turkey