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  • Ami J

    jacques monod and albert camus...two men who became greats in their respective fields postWWII...i must say I admire both but did not know of their friendship or of their participation in the resistance until just recently...a must read!! Brave Genius: How the Unlikely WWII Friendship of a Scientist & a Philosopher Shaped Modern Culture | Brain Pickings

  • Marelie Igreva

    Brave Genius: A Scientist, a Philosopher, and Their Daring Adventures from the French Resistance to the Nobel Prize Sean B. Carroll “Being aware of one’s life, one’s revolt, one’s freedom, and to the maximum, is living, and to the maximum.” How the unlikely, trying WWII friendship of Nobel-winning scientist Jacques Monod and Nobel-winning philosopher Albert Camus shaped modern culture – an incredible, heartening story:

  • Maria Miko

    an unlikely duo of Nobel-laureate friends — revered writer, journalist and philosopher Albert Camus and pioneering biologist Jacques Monod

  • Maria Elias

    Brave Genius • cover design by Elena Giavaldi. Check out this cover featured in the NYT.

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