Dylan Evans is an academic, philosopher and journalist. He has written several popular science books and has been described in The Times as 'the sort of polymath who makes you wonder what you've been doing with your brain.' He has written widely on psychology, and is the author of The Utopia Experiment - the story of his experiment in post-apocalyptic living in the Scottish Highlands. He was born in Bristol and now lives in Guatemala.
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In 2006, Dylan Evans gave up his job, sold his house, and moved to Scotland to start a post-apocalyptic commune. Together with an eclectic assortment of volunteers, he tried to live as if civilization had just collapsed, without the benefits of modern technology. He called the project the Utopia ...
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