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Category Archives: Churchill
In reality, the knowledge that Britain had deciphered Germany’s codes should have remained a secret for several more decades. Regardless of the reasoning, staying ahead of the opponent, even in a time of peace, provides tactical advantages on many fronts. I believe, however, that pride and competition with the United States ultimately lead Churchill and […] Continue reading
I’m in the midst of E. O. Wilson’s Consilience: the Unity of Knowledge, preparing for my long-procrastinated research paper, when I stumble across the following passage Wilson quotes from Nicolas de Condorcet (a French 18th century Enlightenment philosopher): “‘How consoling for the philosopher who laments the errors, the crimes, the injustices which still pollute the […] Continue reading