I think the hardest problem that any of us face is the problem of pain and suffering. I’ve written in great detail about that but I will say one or two things.
“They were all different and and all interesting in different ways,” says Professor Lennox. “I learned so much from them.”
Lennox: “Stephen Hawking was a brilliant mathematician and a genius. But he had no idea about philosophy.”
It is all about the costs of getting on the wrong side of the power structure. To say that this “chills” debate about scientific issues is an understatement.
She acknowledges that she is speaking from outside one relevant field. Can you really use physics to deny free will while ignoring neuroscience?