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and Their Gods
Dr. Henry F. 'Fritz' Schaefer, renowned computational
chemist, explores influential scientists' belief in God.
Congress approved a resolution granting
President Bush wide latitude to make war on Iraq. Among the topics
of contention during debate, such as "pre-emptive war," U.N. involvement
and Congressional war powers, it became clear just how much underlying
worldviews dicate policy positions. See our
Special Focus for viewpoints on foreign policy and other issues.
Enron. Global Crossing. Tyco. Worldcom --
names tied to illegitimate accounting schemes spur us to ask, "What
is right and wrong? Who says? Based on what?" Questions of ethics
-- particularly business ethics -- never felt more relevant. See
our Special Focus
for an in-depth view.
Yeo, when not performing for the
Boston Symphony Orchestra or playing for a broadway musical,
teaches, plays with his family's brass quartet and writes. Here,
you will find his writings, on everything from amateur and professional
muscianship to viewing life as a rewarding spiritual pursuit.
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