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The Launching of the Santa Fe Institute

A pioneer in the study of complex systems tells the origin story of one of the most famous intellectual institutes in the world

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TThe first workshop to define what is now the Santa Fe Institute took place on October 5–6, 1984. I was recently asked to give some reminiscences of the event, for republication of a

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