Episode 5 of Bughouse Square is out! Read the Story

"The scientist just like the artist is filled with leaps of the imagination, it is not a pedestrian kind of discovery the scientist makes... speak of the unity of hidden likenesses..." so begins Terkel's interview (paraphrasing Coleridge) with science historian Jacob Bronowski in 1962. Terkel's quest to bring science and art into co-existence was deep and longstanding. This difficult but essential task involves interviews with the likes of Ray Bradbury, Arthur C. Clarke,  Stephen Jay Gould, Ursula Le Guin, Oliver Sacks, Carl Sagan and C.P. Snow.

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Introduction

"The scientist just like the artist is filled with leaps of the imagination, it is not a pedestrian kind of discovery the scientist makes... speak of the unity of hidden likenesses..." so begins Terkel's interview (paraphrasing Coleridge) with science historian Jacob Bronowski in 1962.