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Nicolas Delon

Nice interview. I agree: the best public philosophy is usually *not* about applied ethics or political philosophy. Not only is public phil of science probably more difficult to write (I assume), I find it more enjoyable, illuminating and important.

Pedantic point: philosophical midwifery has some ancestry. It's the Socratic method!(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socratic_method)

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