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When We Were Kids. How a Child Becomes a Scientist


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When We Were Kids is a book of original essays by celebrated third culture thinkers – scientists who, through their work and writing, are taking the place of the traditional intellectual in rendering visible the deeper meanings of our lives, redefining who and what we are. The authors, all of whom are world-class scientists, are also well-known as authors of books for the general public. The subject and starting point for these 27 essays is the subtitle of the book, but while the narratives focus on early influences and experiences, the essays are informed by the same kind of intelligent scientific thinking and writing for which the contributors are renowned. They include Paul Davies (The Cosmic Blueprint), Richard Dawkins (A Devil’s Chaplain), Daniel C. Dennett, (Freedom Evolves) …


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