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Steven Pinker is the Johnstone Family Professor of Psychology at Harvard University, and a popular writer on linguistics and evolutionary psychology. Angela Tan interviews him about politics, language, death, and reasons to be optimistic.
Tim Madigan travels through time to seek the essential nature of Irish thought.
Catherine Barry charts her journey through historical Irish thought.
Meena Danishmal asks if Seneca’s account of the good life is really practical.
John Kennedy Philip goes deep into the search for (post-) human heights.
Patrick Brissey exposes a major unprovable assumption at the core of science.
Hilarius Bogbinder looks at a man who wanted to make Peace from Warre.
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by Terence Green