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Hodges accepts this version. Jack Crawford is more skeptical. It remains an outstanding account. The result is not quite hagiography, but it is clearly a book with a mission. Dreyfus, ; Bateson, ; Haugeland, ; and many others. Instead, Crawford considers two alternative explanations. Crawford also opens the door to the possibility of murder. It was widely believed that homosexuality left people open to exploitation and extortion and that information vital to national security might be the price of silence on the part of ordinary criminals and international espionage agents alike.
What can be found in the two books under review are fascinating perspectives on a unique individual, an historical period that is foundational for our own, and intriguing intimations of a future that has become our present and portends much for the future of our students, whether they can be enticed to know it or not. Christian, C. A poor imitation of Turing.
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