Part literary critic, part existential elegist, he presents himself as the polymath's polymath.
The polymath's polymath on his epic cookbook, patent-licensing and the law, and why he's getting into nuclear power.
He has been a polymath all his life, plunging into one discipline after another.
The polymath's polymath on his epic cookbook, patent-licensing and the law, and the appeal of nuclear power.
He was deeply engaged with real-world technology, exotic and well traveled, and a polymath respected in so many circles.
In this, one hopes that the great polymath was wrong.
To call him a polymath would be a gross understatement.