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Skeptical Inquirer — Special Tribute

Martin Gardner’s Notable Books

by The Editors
Volume 34.5, September/October 2010

Special Tribute

A list of Martin's works

The Martin Gardner Collection

by The Editors
Volume 34.5, September/October 2010

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Martin Gardner kindly donated his works to CFI Libraries in Amherst, NY

Martin Gardner: A Tribute and Celebration

by The Editors
Volume 34.5, September/October 2010

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In a celebration of his life, writings, and mind, we here present invited tributes from a number of noted skeptics and scholars.

Other Tributes to Martin Gardner

by The Editors
Volume 34.5, September/October 2010

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More CSI contributors offer comments on Martin

A Martin Gardner Sampler

by The Editors
Volume 34.5, September/October 2010

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A Selection of Quotes From Martin Gardner

The Humble Demigod

by Robert Sheaffer
Volume 34.5, September/October 2010

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I remember being awestruck to have the opportunity to meet, and get to know, this soft-spoken, extraordinary man.

Martin Gardner Has Left Us

by James Randi
Volume 34.5, September/October 2010

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Martin always expressed his delight at something that he had just stumbled upon or that had occurred to his agile mind as he applied it to a problem at hand.

Martin Gardner’s Presence

by Joe Nickell
Volume 34.5, September/October 2010

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Despite his personal shyness, Martin's writings were those of a polar opposite: a bold, courageous critic, a prolific correspondent, and a towering thinker.

Martin Gardner’s Contributions to the World of Books

by Paul Kurtz
Volume 34.5, September/October 2010

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Martin shared with us a devotion to books—the idea that books should be cherished as virtually “sacred” because of their enduring contributions to culture.

Martin Gardner: A Polymath to the Nth Power

by Ray Hyman
Volume 34.5, September/October 2010

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Martin not only wrote the seminal textbook for the modern skeptical movement, but he was also central to the actual founding of the movement.

A World Treasure

by Kendrick Frazier
Volume 34.5, September/October 2010

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Perhaps surprising for such a towering intellect, Martin was a modest and unassuming man.

We Have Lost an Icon

by James Alcock
Volume 34.5, September/October 2010

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I had always been very impressed by Martin Gardner the icon, but I was fortunate enough to be able to meet Martin Gardner the man.

The Darkened Cosmos: A Tribute to Carl Sagan

by The Editors
Volume 21.2, March / April 1997

Special Tribute

One of the world's strongest and most eloquent voices for science and reason has been silenced forever.