Philip Leroux is an Oxford Philosophy don, who, in bewilderment at the death of his colleague Moser, sits down to write: about Moser and their friendship, about Moser's struggles with scientific orthodoxy, about their love affairs, and about ideas of freedom and necessity in creative thought.
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