What is science? Twelve eminent scientists and philosophers explain their various fields to the layman.


New York, Simon and Schuster, 1955.

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Subjects Science.
Sciences.
Sociale aspecten.
Wetenschapsfilosofie.
Description 493 pages illustrations 22 cm
Copyright Date 1955.
Summary Contains primary source material.
Scientists and philosophers explain the fields of mathematics, astronomy and cosmology, physics, chemistry, biology, psychology and anthropology.
Contents Science and human life / Bertrand Russell -- Mathematics and logic / Sir Edmund Taylor Whittaker -- Astronomy and cosmology / Hermann Bondi -- Physics / Edward U. Condon -- Chemistry / John Read -- Biochemistry / Ernest Baldwin -- Biology / Warder Clyde Allee -- Evolution and genetics / Julian Huxley -- Psychology / Edwin G. Boring -- Anthropology / Clyde Kluckhohn -- Psychoanalysis / Erich Fromm -- Science as foresight / Jacob Bronowski.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)568872
(OCoLC)ocm00568872
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WorldCat Identities Newman, James R. 1907-1966,
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