Really enjoying this book so far. Hope you can join us in London, but we'll also be doing an online event in September, so stay tuned 😊
End of Bias: @firstname.lastname@example.org on "outgroup homogeneity" and how blame is ascribed to individual illness in the majority, but to group membership in the minority.
Categories of the 346 books I've read and remembered to log in Goodreads
Last ten years or so
Aaron Hirsh: The Idea of Entropy Has Led Us Astray https://nautil.us/the-idea-of-entropy-has-led-us-astray-9092/
People Darwin Quotes at the start of Origin of Species (2nd edition) https://www.gutenberg.org/files/22764/22764-h/22764-h.htm
Thread on Kim Sterelny https://twitter.com/bryankam/status/1556209181992095744
Today I recorded a video of me thinking aloud about Evolution, Historical/Experimental Sciences, gradualism/catastrophism https://youtu.be/ZzEjvU6UVHU?t=305
Gell on magic and play. Cf Luhrmann
Loving How God Becomes Real (2022) so far, a brilliant book by the brilliant @email@example.com. We read When God Talks Back (2012) for my book club and it had a pretty profound effect on my everyday consciousness. In a roundabout way it's what led me to meditation.
Writing about/discussing complexity, step changes, and revolutions in between drafts of a Victorian-style novel of ideas
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