Reg Naulty reviews a book by Andrew Briggs, Hans Halvorson, and Andrew Steane
Andrew Briggs is a physicist, currently working in nanomaterials at the University of Oxford. Andrew Steane is also a physics professor at Oxford. Hans Halvorson is a professor at Princeton. The latter’s doctoral thesis was about the foundations of quantum physics, and he spent a year in the Experimental Tests of Quantum Reality project at Oxford. At 360 pages, these scholars have written a book that is not small (and it is bigger than it looks, as the print is small and the page margins are narrow). But it is worth close attention as it aims to take a fresh look at how science contributes to the bigger picture of human flourishing.
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