Summer 2016

Cosmologics has two goals. First, it disassembles: so much of the writing on this site takes apart what appear to be immutable categories that exist outside of time and place. Words like science and religion begin to change; set within…

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Myrna Perez Sheldon: We’re Celebrating Our Anniversary by Discussing Cosmos

Our magazine is a year old this week. And in that year, we have not mentioned the series Cosmos. Not even once. This is odd for several reasons, not the least of which is that we share the beginning of our name with the program. It also, however, happens to be one of most familiar cultural touchstones for science and religion from the past few decades.

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