Monthly Archives: May 2011

An appealing outpost


This past weekend, I played another tournament, the Berkeley Open. It was only four rounds, but I hadn’t played a tournament since February and was anxious to play again. I can’t complain much about my results or my play: I … Continue reading

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Book review: The moral landscape


Many people have argued that science and religion, when done correctly, can only answer questions about disjoint areas. Perhaps the most oft-cited person espousing this view is Stephen Jay Gould, who popularized the principle of non-overlapping magesteria and coined the … Continue reading

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