This seminar begins its eleventh year this fall. Participants discuss assigned readings on the nature of social ethics, which would advance human welfare, and on scientific methodology as the source of provisional truth about the universe and its denizens. Analytic thinking, rather than recall, is the modus operandi. One can enter the seminar at any time. The only expense is the purchase of assigned books from time to time. Days: Second and Fourth Sunday Time: 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Location: Conference Room Contact: Diana Goodrow, Julie Moore.