HOTTE #5: Let them eat cake!

Reflections on hunger and food; their importance in explaining behaviour; their insufficient visibility in the contemporary human sciences; what peer reviewers don’t like; and the strange things we choose to focus on in our research.

This is the last installment of Hanging On To The Edges until autumn 2017

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HOTTE #4: How My Theory Explains Everything: And Can Make You Healthier, Wealthier and Happier

The fourth essay in Hanging On To The Edges. A reflection on why scientists behave like red jungle fowl, and a hesitant encomium to doubt and uncertainty.

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HOTTE #1: The mill that grinds young people old

This is the first essay in the Hanging On To The Edges series.  A meditation in an English urban graveyard, with a slight nod of the head to Thomas Gray, another to Tony Harrison, and a guest appearance by Charles Dickens.

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