(Check that certainty) "For Dr. Bronowski, the moral consequence of knowledge is that we must never judge others on the basis of some absolute, God-like conception of certainty. All knowledge, all information that passes between human beings, can be exchanged only within what we might call “a play of tolerance,” whether in science, literature, politics or religion. As he eloquently put it, “Human knowledge is personal and responsible, an unending adventure at the edge of uncertainty.”"
<p><em>Coffee Makers: Macchines da Caffe</em> is a 776-page encyclopedia of beautiful brewing contraptions and their surprisingly complex history by Italian coffee fanatics Enrico Maltoni and Mauro Carli. Here, 18th-century Dutch coffeemakers in copper and brass.</p>