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John Markoff, is a Pulitzer prize winning New York Times science writer and author of the 2015 book, Machines of Loving Grace: The Quest for Common Ground Between Humans and Robots.…Continue
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I am pleased to announce there is a transcript for "Reimagining Astrology: On Being An Astrologer and a Therapist" — "Dinner & Depth" dialogue with Judith Harte, Ph.D., astrologer and licensed psychotherapist, and Bonnie Bright, host of Depth…Continue
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