What happens after a noted atheist philosopher undergoes harrowing emergency heart surgery? Does he have an epiphany? And whom does he thank? Some refl ections on life, prayer (other peoples’), and medicine
Daniel C. Dennet
IOS funds, the brainchild of Bernard Cornfeld, a penniless socialist minded Jewish young man with initiative, a large ego and a stutter to vindicate, rose from the dull roots of Brooklyn to the status of a worldwide financial power in no time.