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Selected Books by Edmund Blair Bolles

  • Galileo's Commandment: 2500 Years of Great Science Writing
  • The Ice Finders: How a Poet, a Professor, and a Politician Discovered the Ice Age
  • Einstein Defiant: Genius vs Genius in the Quantum Revolution

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The Ridger

Utterly fascinating. I only recently found this blog, but I'm reading it avidly.

Tom Heehler

Regarding the question's respectability: Could it be that before recent developments in the field of neuroscience, any discussion of the matter was often little more than an exercise in speculation, similar to the way some physicists still scoff at string theory?

Ralf Heinritz

The origin of language used to be very hot (Rousseau...), but it all came to more or less less than nothing. On the other hand with analytical philosophy now sometimes not much different from science fiction, why not give it a go again

Ralf Heinritz

The origin of language used to be very hot (Rousseau...), but it all came to more or less less than nothing. On the other hand with analytical philosophy now sometimes not much different from science fiction, why not give it a go again

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