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Why Reality Is Not a Video Game — And Why It Matters

In his latest post for "13.7 Cosmos & Culture," Marcelo Gleiser, the Appleton Professor of Natural Philosophy, discusses a satirical essay written by Adam Gopnik of The New Yorker. Gleiser teaches the DartmouthX course, QuestionReality!



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