“Remove the sun,” wrote Isaac Asimov, “and the human brain would not have developed.”
How much does Gödel’s incompleteness theorem weigh? What is the physics of non-contradiction? How many millimeters long is Tom Clark’s argument for naturalism?
Due to the tradition of professional scientific writing, major developments in scientific literature often arrive muffled in language so bland or technical as to be totally missed by a general reader.
A New Yorker obit for naturalist atheist philosopher Jerry Fodor noted Fodor’s dismissal of the “natural selection” cult but, surprisingly, did not offer polite contempt.
Krista and Tatiana Hogan provide a remarkable opportunity to deepen our understanding of the human mind.