Life's Emergence (Terry Deacon and Ursula Goodenough)

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This course is filled with interesting interviews, thoughtful websites and papers all designed to help advance your understanding of

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Emergence of Life, Learning, and Humans

We discuss the oxygen crisis two billion years ago and the endosymbiosis that dealt with it creatively. We too will deal with the enveloping crises of our time, first of all by tending to them, by taking responsibility for them.

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    John Grim

    Senior Lecturer and Senior Research Scholar

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    Mary Evelyn Tucker

    Senior Lecturer and Senior Research Scholar

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