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An interview with Marc Hauser

Greg Ross

The Harvard psychologist on the prospect of a moral instinct

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An interview with Jack Goldsmith

Greg Ross

A Harvard law professor on who controls the Internet

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An interview with Gregory Feist

Greg Ross

A University of California psychologist calls for a new subdiscipline studying science

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An interview with Siobhan Roberts

Greg Ross

Donald Coxeter's biographer recalls "the man who saved geometry"

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An interview with Steven Casey

Greg Ross

A human-factors expert on the perils of unfriendly design

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An interview with Gerard J. DeGroot

Greg Ross

The University of St Andrews historian on America's race to the moon

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An interview with Douglas R. Hofstadter

Greg Ross

The Indiana University cognitive scientist revisits the themes of Gödel, Escher, Bach

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An interview with Philip Zimbardo

Greg Ross

The pathbreaking social psychologist discusses the Stanford prison experiment and the nature of evil

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