The Unnatural Nature of Science

Faber & Faber, 1992 - 191 sider
Shows that many of our understandings about scientific thought can be corrected once we realise just how unnatural science is. Quoting scientists from Aristotle to Einstein, the book argues that scientific ideas are, with rare exceptions, counter-intuitive and contrary to common sense.

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Brugeranmeldelse  - BruceAir - LibraryThing

This thin, accessible volume should be required reading in every high school and college course that introduces science. In an age where so-called Intelligent Design is being seriously considered for ... Læs hele anmeldelsen

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This book was required reading for a philosophy of science course at McGill that I had to drop because of a scheduling conflict, and I've often regretted not taking it (It was taught by Mario Bunge, a ... Læs hele anmeldelsen

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