SIG: Science, Spirituality and Systems Science

'Science' and 'Spirituality' are considered to be two opposing paradigms that can not be resolved. Yet what exactly do these paradigms mean in society and what do they mean for you?  
This SIG explores the relationship between science, systems science and spirituality, with a focus on how you and your research:
•    utilize systems thinking/systems science to provide insights into how these areas are related and/or
•    how (if at all) the dynamics between science and spirituality impact the development or use of systems sciences/systems thinking in philosophy, methodology and practice.

On a broader level, how can these three paradigms be applied to or inform socio-ecological sustainability.