Dorion Sagan
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DORION SAGAN A writer and sleight-of-hand magician, Dorion has delivered reviews and essays on topics including evolution, cybersex, and the biology of gender for publications such as The New York Times, Bioscience, The Times Higher Supplement, Pabular, Umass, Wired, Natural History, Coevolution Quarterly, The Smithsonian, The Sciences, The Science Teacher, Whole Earth, Omni, The Environmentalist, The Ecologist, Tricycle: The Buddhist Review, , and The New York Times Book Review. He has contributed to philosophical works including Biology, Ethics, and the Origins of Life (Jones and Bartlett, Boston) and Incorporations: Fragments for a History of the Human Body (Zone, New York), as well as science anthologies such as Evolution Extended (MIT Press) and The Biophilia Hypothesis (Stephen R. Kellert and E. O. Wilson, eds.) His most recent projects are Up From Dragons: The Evolution of Human Intelligence with British neuroscientist John Skoyles (McGraw-Hill), and Into the Cool, a book on life, complexity and thermodynamics with ecologist Eric D. Schneider.


flag Foundations of the Second Law
as author at  MIT World Series: Meeting the Entropy Challenge,
together with: Robert J. Silbey (moderator), Seth Lloyd, Owen Maroney, Silviu Guiasu, Ping Ao, Jochen Gemmer, Bernard Guy, Gian Paolo Beretta, Speranta Gheorghiu-Svirschevski,