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Steven Erikson
New York Times bestselling author whose debut novel, Gardens of the Moon, set readers on the epic adventure that is The Malazan Book of the Fallen series.
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Steven Erikson Feb 16
Okay, I normally don't post things like this, but some of the tag-lines are simply brilliant.
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Steven Erikson Feb 16
"It is true that the people of my generation are not equally to blame. Broadly speaking, ours is a society of altruists governed by psychopaths. We have...
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Steven Erikson Feb 16
Ra Wins Westminster God Show
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Steven Erikson Feb 13
Nobel Prize-Winning Economist: We're Headed for Oligarchy
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Steven Erikson Feb 13
Unless It Changes, Capitalism Will Starve Humanity By 2050
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Steven Erikson Feb 13
RIP Opportunity.
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Steven Erikson Feb 11
For a comprehensive analysis on the effects of contact (beyond the hypothesis presented here), look to 1491 and 1493 by Charles Mann. Dense reading but worth it.
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Steven Erikson Feb 7
So, if this beauty was six feet tall, would you shake its hand, er, appendage?
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Steven Erikson Feb 1
There are so many ways to measure success. Imagine, living employing a particular set of behaviours and characteristics not for a mere thousand years, or even two. But 250 000 years. When it comes to continuity, us moderns are mere toddlers.
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Steven Erikson Feb 1
A Bold New Theory Proposes That Humans Tamed Themselves
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