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By Dunbar, R. I. M. (Robin Ian MacDonald), 1947-
Paperback. English.
Published London: Faber, 1996
This book explains with vivid examples and historical excursions, what science is, what it does, what it cannot do, and why most of us find science -...

By Porter, Roy, 1946-2002
eBook. English.
Published London: Penguin, 2003
This is a brief history of mankind's battle to stay alive. Each chapter sums up a different battlefield - from surgery to hospitals and to the body itself...

By Gardner, Howard
Paperback. English.
Published New York: BasicBooks, c1987
[New ed.] / with a new epilogue by the author
The first full-scale history of cognitive science, this work addresses a central issue: What is the nature of knowledge?

Paperback. English.
Published Cambridge University Press, 1990. Cambridge 1990
This book presents a series of essays, each specially written by an expert in the area, which focus on the role of Romantic philosophy and ideology in...

By Jackson, Mark, 1959- author
eBook. English.
Published London: Oneworld, 2014
A wide-ranging introduction that reveals the fusion of East and West, science and quackery, in the roots of modern medicine. As scientists confidently...

eBook. English.
Published Cham: Springer, 2017
1st ed. 2017
The Structures of Practical Knowledge investigates the nature of practical knowledge - why, how, when and by whom it is codified, and once codified, how...

By Macdonald, Helen
Hardback. English.
Published London: Jonathan Cape, 2020
Animals don't exist to teach us things, but that is what they have always done, and most of what they teach us is what we think we know about ourselves...

By Bijsterveld, Karin
Hardback. English.
Published London: Palgrave Macmillan, [2019]
It is common for us today to associate the practice of science primarily with the act of seeing - with staring at computer screens, analyzing graphs,...

By Matson, Wallace I
eBook. English.
Published New York: Oxford University Press, c2011
This unconventional book by a distinguished historian of philosophy tells the story of how humans became rational beings

By Morris, Pat, 1943- author
Hardback. English.
Published London: Constable, 2013
Revised edition
Walter Potter, a country taxidermist of no great expertise, became famous as an icon of Victorian whimsy. His tiny museum in Bramber, Sussex, was crammed...
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