Alice Adams has a BA in Philosophy from the University of Bristol and an MA from the University of Manchester, and since a stint as an analyst in the City has had fiction published in various places including The Times and Dark Mountain. This is her first novel. She lives in north London but escapes into the wilderness as often as possible.
RT @parisreview: “The most authentic endings are the ones which are already revolving towards another beginning.” —Sam Shepard https://t.co…
by @Alice_Adams - 16 hours ago
RT @doctormickey: "Philosophy is not a disciplinary field but an intensity that can suddenly vivify any field of knowledge and life"
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RT @SpaceX: View from the fairing during SES-10 mission. #EarthDay https://t.co/zPYQRQ3BkR
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African elephant numbers have fallen from 10 million 100 years ago to 350,000 today https://t.co/IywgeJOmuq
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'So why didn't scientists wise up sooner?
Leslie correctly points out that, despite the patina of pure objectivity, "scientific inquiry is prone to the eternal rules of human social life: deference to the charismatic, herding toward majority opinion, punishment for deviance, and intense discomfort with admitting to error."'
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