Monthly Archives: February 2017

Chaos, the Categorical Imperative, and my morning commute

A few months ago, I read James Gleick’s Chaos. In it, Gleick provides several essays about what was an emerging field of research: chaos, complexity, and dynamic systems. Beneath the shiny surface of these fancy words are some genuinely shocking truths about our world. Even within the simplest and apparently deterministic systems are points where […]