Previous Harvard president Larry Summers rode on Epstein’s air air plane, as did Bill Clinton, as an example.
Pinker’s response begins by what he calls a “annoying irony” about Epstein: that “I could never ever stay the man, never ever took research money from him and constantly attempted to keep my distance. ”
“i came across him to be always a kibitzer and a dilettante — he’d suddenly alter the topic, ADD-style, dismiss an observation with a teenager wisecrack and privilege their very own intuitions over systematic data. Continue reading “Pinker and Krauss weren’t the thinkers that are only hobnob with Epstein, that has an affinity for Harvard and donated millions to it.”