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Rebecca Solnit on the difference between hope and optimism, and the dangers of activism without a plan.
A conversation with the Nobel Prize-winning neuroscientist Eric Kandel.
The photographer Henry Leutwyler on portraiture and the magic of inanimate objects.
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An interview with James Harris—author of Hume: An Intellectual Biography—on misconceptions, skepticism, and Humean lessons.
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