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Art:How science has informed one sculptor’s view of time.
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Art:For the painter Matthew Phillips, past, present, and future meet at the tip of a brush.
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Art:A sculptor explains how his art upends time.
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Philosophy:Introducing the Nautilus Time Project.
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Fiction:A story about connection by the National Book Award winner.
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Art:The problem with C.P. Snow’s famous two-cultures hypothesis.
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Literature:The former vice president reads the transcendentalist poet—and reminds us of one.
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Literature:Rafael Campo on finding the humanity in medicine and science.
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Artificial Intelligence:What needs to happen for artificial intelligence to make fine art.
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