We are &ldquo;unique, irreplaceable" says the humanist. <strong>We contain multitudes</strong>, says the scientist &mdash; bounded by the narrow confines of our skulls

We are &amp;ldquo;unique, irreplaceable&quot; says the humanist. We contain multitudes, says the scientist &amp;mdash; bounded by the narrow confines of our
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We are “unique, irreplaceable" says the humanist. We contain multitudes, says the scientist — bounded by the narrow confines of our skulls

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