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Your FREE BONUS ISSUE* on Aliens, Maps, and Panpsychism
Your free bonus print issue from Nautilus combines some of the best content from our issues on Aliens, Maps, and Panpsychism. It includes contributions from journalist Corey S. Powell, linguist David Adger, and New York Times bestselling author Annaka Harris, among others. This issue also features a new illustration by Ralph Steadman.
The search for extraterrestrial life is a funny thing in science. It’s like a private hobby, best not discussed at work with colleagues, nor with friends at parties. It’s OK now and again to illuminate the search for alien life, an interlude in the symphony of scientific work. And that’s just what we offer in this issue.
Then this issue explores the “Usefulness” of maps and how remarkable they really are—illuminating the signs and symbols, notably language, that imperfect humans employ to represent reality.
And finally, we’ll dive into debate over panpsychism that has only got hotter in the past few years, not only in Nautilus, of course, but in articles and books. Discover new perspectives on panpsychism, which don’t solve the hard problem, but do inch close to the heart of matter.
*Bonus issues available while supplies last.