Thanks to all who attended the 2011 New College Lectures – they were a great success, providing much food for thought. Abridged versions of all three lectures are printed in the current issue of Case Magazine, along additional papers and reviews. There are also several new blog-posts on the website which discuss some of the ideas in the issue (see below).
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