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Philosopher Philip Goff tells us what philosophy can add to science, why probability isn't used to demolish multiverse fine tuning arguments and the oddity that we aren't biological robots.
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In the seventh Stephen Capel mystery, an impossible murder on a fairground ride opens up a trail that leads to Anglo-Saxon treasure, a mysterious tunnel and a deadly confrontation
When Stephen Capel and Vicky Denning meet historical fiction author Margaret LeVine at the Mop fair in Marlborough, they expect to discuss Capel's plans to start a literary festival - but on a fairground ride, LeVine is killed without anyone appearing to touch her. Soon, LeVine's is not the only life in danger as Capel uncovers connections in the literary world and the hiding place of a long-lost Anglo-Saxon hoard.
The Stephen Capel Mysteries bring the classic British detective story into the twenty-first century.
Our editor, popular science author Brian Clegg explains why, despite his concerns about speculation in science writing, had to include it in his latest book.
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