Saturday, July 4, 2020
  Available on Amazon and Smashwords. Foreword “They wouldn’t do this for me...If they call me a genius, what superlative have they reserved for your husband?” -William James to Sara Sidis after Harvard’s waiver of multiple PhD requirements, including an oral exam, for Boris....
  "But something may be done that we will not: And sometimes we are devils to ourselves, When we will tempt the frailty of our powers, Presuming on their changeful potency." -William Shakespeare, Troilus and Cressida “Nothing surely is so potent as a law that...
  Buzsaki presents a difficult subject in a commendably clear manner. It is an exemplary piece of scientific writing produced by one of the grand old men of brain wave research. A growing literature, which has expanded significantly since the...
Four Fun Paradoxes with commentary. Laugh and bend your brain!
As well known for his otherworldly virtuosity as he was for his unconventional subject matter, the Catalan surrealist Salvador Dali once called himself a fish swimming between the “the cold water of art and the warm water of science.” He was not, as many artists have been before and after him, a scientific dilettante.
Man and His Symbols is a compilation of essays by Jung and others on the interpretation of dreams, behavior and myths. It follows the thread one finds throughout Dr. Jung's corpus: fables and fairy tales, though they may appear...
“Nothing is miserable unless you think it so; and on the other hand, nothing brings happiness unless you are content with it.” - Boethius Any deliberation on the good life will be rife with triteness. This piece is no exception. The...
"I distrust the incommunicable; it is the source of all violence" - Jean Paul Sartre "These ideologies, Nazi, Soviet, Chinese, and Cambodian Communist, were lethal at least in part because their ideas were ethereal, not because those ideas were ‘atheist’ or...
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