Your Print + Digital subscription also includes a FREE BONUS ISSUE* on Story and Language
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Your FREE BONUS ISSUE* on Story and Language
Your free issue includes contributions from journalist M.R. O’Connor, neuroscientist Robert Burton, award-winning fiction author Ted Chiang, and linguist David Adger, among others. This issue also features new illustrations by K. Cantner.
This issue explores the innate nature of storytelling, why AI will need to learn how to tell stories, and the beautiful power of stories themselves.
But that’s not all: we’ll then look at how language elevates our spirits and lets them down. We delve into its origins in our animal ancestors and show that while language may distinguish us from our animals, it also links us to them. Language, we show, shapes our thoughts, but also frees them.
*Bonus issues available while supplies last.