I just watched the videos above, and the one of your RCA talk about your new book. I like how you challenge the popularity of science as a method of understanding our selves. Knowledge of natural systems (including us) may well come from collective efforts of people who study relationships between the parts that make the whole. This kind of collective knowledge production requires logic, empathy and the will to clearly articulate and share insights. I look forward to reading the book!
Bedford Park In 1889 Calhoun Kidd, a spoilt rich son of a tyrannical father arrives in London. In love, alone and baffled by the life of the cleverest city in the world, he finds a strange kind of refuge in the 'enchanted suburb' of Bedford Park. Read an extract Buy this book
The Brain is Wider than Sky Do we love our machines so much that we risk becoming more like them? What will we lose if we do? Read an extract