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The winners of the second edition of the Expanded Reason Awards explain their projects

Javier Sánchez Cañizares (University of Navarra), Juan Arana (University of Seville), Gonzalo Génova (University Autonónoma of Madrid), Mª del Rosario Martín (University Complutense of Madrid) and John C. Cavadini (University of Notre Dame), winners of the second edition of the Expanded Reason Awards, explain in a brief interview the content and relevance of their projects.

Javier Sánchez Cañizares – Singular Universe

Juan Arana –The unexplained conscience

Gonzalo Génova and Mª del Rosario Martín –Ethics for engineers

John C. Cavadini Catholic Educators to Engage the Dialogue Between Science and Religion.

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