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Considered to be the most influential physicist of the 20th century, Albert Einstein (1879–1955) developed the theory of relativity and laid foundations for modern quantum mechanics.
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On Logic, Language and Numbers: Sanford Shieh Discusses Gottlob Frege’s Enduring Mathematical Legacy
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We often think of philosophers as esoteric men with beards and robes who remain above the fray. But
Historical fiction can be tricky as it demands that the author accurately captures a particular period while crafting
Screaming is not unusual behavior at rock concerts, but more decorum is expected at a classical music performance.
“Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you.” Even though, by all accounts,
By today’s standards, Russian author Fyodor Dostoevsky (1821-1881) would not be considered purely a crime writer, even though
This week marks important milestones for two personalities: composer Richard Wagner (who was born on May 22) and