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GDP: A Brief But Affectionate HistoryDiane Coyle Princeton University Press 2014 In GDP: A Brief But Affectionate History Coyle takes a historical approach to Gross Domestic Product, looking at how...
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2015/06/25 12:42
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Many of us who have been covering markets and investing for some time were weened on great books like Burton Malkiel’s A Random Walk Down Wall Street (1973), Benjamin Graham’s The Intelligent Investor...
2015/06/23 12:48
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Fran Briggs Releases The Best of Spring Reading 2015, Part 1 From poolside to bedside, a sunny hill or treadmill, Americans are reading. New York, NY, June 23, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Director of...
2015/06/22 19:46
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Christopher Stone’s recent critique of the National Security Space Strategy, or NSSS, (see “Security through vulnerability? The false deterrence of the National Security Space Strategy”, The Space...
2015/06/21 10:47
2015/06/21 10:47
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The talk begins with a preamble on creativity and the reasons for my resistance to using that particular word in the title of the course on beauty and aesthetics that I recently taught at UW-Madison....
2015/06/17 09:49
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In a divided world, we need to learn how to agree to disagree Philosopher Carlos Fraenkel argues we should neither ignore nor celebrate our differences but create social and intellectual spaces where...
2015/06/16 00:37
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Democracy or economic development? – Sum Dek Joe Published: 16 June 2015 8:05 AM There has always been a longstanding argument on the relationship between democracy and economic development. In...
2015/06/14 02:19
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Writing “Being Nixon: A Man Divided” (Random House, available Tuesday) gave Evan Thomas a more nuanced view of America's 37th president. Thomas, former Newsweek editor-at-large, writes that he aimed...
2015/06/08 20:44
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Beth Shapiro Princeton University Press, April 2015 The majestic mammoth will never again roam the Earth. That is, unless we want it to. As University of California, Santa Cruz, ancient-DNA...
2015/06/04 21:36
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Gamma: Exploring Euler's ConstantJulian Havil Princeton University Press 2003 γ may be the most important mathematical constant after e and π, but its definition is rather less straightforward: it is...
2015/06/01 21:58
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Is the Big Bang Cycling Through Hidden Time? By Edward Belbruno, Princeton University1 hour ago Edward Belbruno is a mathematician and an artist. His paintings are in major collections and exhibited...
2015/05/28 13:12
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Caltech’s 124-acre campus in Pasadena bears scant resemblance to the blasted heath in William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth,” that gathering spot for his three chanting witches whose prophecies inspire the...
2015/06/29 21:36
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