With what we cannot know the prominent mathematician writer and broadcaster boldly squares up to what he calls the seven edges of human knowledge topics that range from the nature of time to the mysteries of human consciousness. Most of the text summaries in popular science style what we know mainly in physics it only then points at what we dont know yet or what we cannot know in principle due to limitations presented by chaos theory heisenberg principle of uncertainty singularity etc on top of physics the book . In what we cannot know marcus du sautoy leads us on a thought provoking expedition to the furthest reaches of modern science prepare to be taken to the edge of knowledge to find out if theres anything we truly cannot know. In what we cannot know marcus du sautoy an english mathematician who was elected simonyi professor for the public understanding of science at oxford in 2008 tries to explain these impasses to a general. This is the question that marcus du sautoy the british mathematician who succeeeded richard dawkins as the simonyi professor for the public understanding of science at oxford university explores in what we cannot know his fascinating book on the limits of scientific knowledge
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