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A group of famous historical figures, including Wittegenstein,
SchrÃ¶dinger, J.B.S. Haldane, and Alan Turing meet at the home of
C.P. Snow to discuss the question of whether machines can think.
John Casti is a well known author of nonfiction books on popular mathematics, although his recent Mathematical Mountaintops had to be withdrawn from publication after charges of plagiarism. His more recent novel One True Platonic Heaven also features famous mathematicians as characters. 
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