It’s always slightly discomforting to me when a much better writer than I gets into some subject that is an obsessive interest of mine. David Brooks, in his column in today’s New York Times, provides an outstanding quick introduction to the topic of why science has not yet cracked the problem of the human mind, and the implications this has for political philosophy. He generously cites and quotes my recent article in National Review on this topic. If these questions interest you, you should read his piece.
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