By darrin m. Mcmahonillustration by rose wongoctober 16, 2014 GBy darrin m. Mcmahonillustration by rose wongoctober 16, 2014 G
But if we consider the idea of “genius” as it has evolved across history, it starts to look like we don’t really need geniuses as we once did. It may be that we don’t need them at all
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Goodman, et al. Chapter 4 Histories of Race, Difference and RacismGoodman, et al. Chapter 4 Histories of Race, Difference and Racism
The history of biology can be split into pre-Darwinian and post-Darwinian periods
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Econ 309 Lecture 6: Probability Theory I. Basic Notions of ProbabilityEcon 309 Lecture 6: Probability Theory I. Basic Notions of Probability
Classical, empirical, and subjective probability: All of these in some way relate to the frequency with which you expect an event to occur. Frequency simply means the fraction of the time that a particular event happens
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