“I kept quiet for thirty years, maybe it’s time to speak.”

Freeman Dyson, Professor Emeritus in the School of Natural Sciences, sat down with 52 Insights to discuss life, evolution, the limitations of science, and more:

"If you just look at the struggle for existence in the last million years when most of the time we were living in caves with ice ages coming and going, it was a very tough and rugged existence most of the time. And in order to survive that why did we need Beethoven and why did we need Shakespeare?"

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