Eduardo Salcedo-Albarán in "The Last Unknowns"
Eduardo Salcedo-Albarán participates in “The Last Unknowns: Deep, elegant, profound unanswered questions about the Universe, the Mind, the Future of Civilization, and the Meaning of Life”.
"Intellectual skyrockets of stunning brilliance." —Denis Dutton, Founding Editor, Arts & Letters Daily
"This is a little book of profound questions—unknowns that address the secrets of our world, our civilization, the meaning of life. Here are the deepest riddles that have fascinated, obsessed, and haunted the greatest thinkers of our time, including Nobel laureates, cosmologists, philosophers, economists, prize-winning novelists, religious scholars, and more than 250 leading scientists, artists, and theorists. In The Last Unknowns, John Brockman, publisher of Edge.org, asks "a mind-blowing gathering of innovative thinkers" (Booklist): "What is ‘The Last Question,’ your last question, the question for which you will be remembered?""
Edited by John Brockman (www.edge.org) with a Foreword by Daniel Kahnemann (2002 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences), “The Last Unknowns” is the final book in the renowed “Edge Questions” series.