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Quotes from my new book exploring how to unlock our natural empathy and creativity by changing the way we perceive self and world and developing a more artistic and intuitive approach to science based on the fluid boundary logic of 'natural inclusionality'
Alan Rayner
Dec. 23, 2011 10:12 am by Alan Rayner
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Dr Alan Rayner is a naturalist who uses art, poetry, fluid mathematics and careful science to enquire and communicate about the evolutionary

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