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Jeremy CampbellThe human brain today deals very imperfectly with the complex world it has inherited. The brain has built-in biases, blindnesses, deep delusions that may hve made life simpler for early Homo sapiens, but present formidable obstacles to us, whose task is not to adapt to a deteriorating ecology, but to turn that ecology around. Peter Seidel to my knowledge is the first to recognize this dilemma, and he makes his case with admirable verve and clarity.
— London Evening Standard