Key Insights From:
There Are Places in the World Where Rules Are Less Important Than Kindness: And Other Thoughts on Physics, Philosophy and the World
- Aristotle’s science gets a bad rap it doesn’t deserve.
- There is no such thing as absolute certainty—and that’s okay.
- Inspiration does not really come “out of nowhere.”
- A nation’s version of history is patently absurd—to everyone except the people who live there.
- Anyone who persuades Einstein and a pope to his way of seeing things has something important to teach the rest of us, too.
- Epidemics are bracing reminders that life is short, and we should find beauty where we can.