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    The Muskrat and the Meaning of Life: Loren Eiseley on Reclaiming Our Sense of the Miraculous in a Mechanical Age /Link

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    Legendary Cosmologist Martin Rees on Science, Religion, and the Future of Post-Human Intelligence /Link

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    The Stars: A Mythopoetic Masterpiece Serenading the Night Sky Through Myths and Stories from Around the World /Link

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    Wallace Stevens on Reality, Creativity, and Our Greatest Self-Protection from the Pressure of the News /Link

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    The Topography of Tears: A Stunning Aerial Tour of the Landscape of Human Emotion Through an Optical Microscope /Link

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    Albert Einstein on Human Rights, Independence of Spirit, and Our Mightiest Counterforce to Injustice /Link

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    The Trouble with “Finding Yourself” /Link

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    Book Power: Gwendolyn Brooks’s Forgotten 1969 Ode to Why We Read /Link

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    Beethoven and the Crucial Difference Between Genius and Talent /Link

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    Trailblazing Astronomer Maria Mitchell on Science, Spirituality, and the Conquest of Truth /Link

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    Alain de Botton on Infatuation /Link

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    Jeanette Winterson on How Art and Storytelling Redeem Our Inner Lives /Link

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    Freedom and Destiny: Rollo May on the Constructiveness of Despair and the Vital Difference Between Happiness and Joy /Link

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    The Universe in Verse: Complete Show /Link

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    Elie Wiesel on the Loneliness of Leadership, How Our Questions Unite Us, and How Our Answers Divide Us /Link

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    Three Worlds: Composer Max Richter Brings Virginia Woolf’s Most Beloved Writing to Sonic Life /Link

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    Billy Collins’s Advice to Writers /Link

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    Neuroscientist Christof Koch How the “Qualia” of Our Experience Illuminate the Central Mystery of Consciousness /Link

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    Anna Deavere Smith on How to Break the Paradox of Procrastination /Link

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    The Doom and Glory of Knowing Who You Are: James Baldwin on the Empathic Rewards of Reading and What It Means to Be an Artist /Link