June 1999

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HPIn SHE: The sleep of reason

As Goya's famous etching reminds us: The Sleep of Reason Brings Forth Monsters*. Alas, the sleep of reason seems endemic in Europe, if not globally. Recently, in London, a young woman was shot in myst..

Whetton, Chris, ility Engineering

As Goya's famous etching reminds us: The Sleep of Reason Brings Forth Monsters*. Alas, the sleep of reason seems endemic in Europe, if not globally. Recently, in London, a young woman was shot in mysterious circumstances; two weeks later, her death is still headline news. Yet, her only claim to fame was to speak the words – most of which someone else had researched and written – on a television show. A few weeks earlier, the painful death from cancer of a man (see below) who had done much to save lives passed almost without notice. Such are our values when reason sleeps. Reason has been sleeping, too, in the British government – as in all governments where reason is s

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