Science and Its Ways of Knowing
Edition: 1st 1997
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Description: Appropriate as a supplemental reader for majors-level introduction to science courses as well as introductory courses in all sciences biology, chemistry, physics, and the geosciences. This broad collection of accessibleessays helps students develop a fuller appreciation of the nature of science and scientific knowledge in general and of their own discipline specialty within it. The focus throughout is on the relationships in science between fact and theory, about the nature of scientific theory, and about the kinds of claims on truth that science makes.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $70.80
Copyright year: 1997
Publisher: Benjamin-Cummings Publishing Company
Publication date: 11/26/1996
Size: 5.98" wide x 9.06" long x 0.31" tall
|On Scientific MethoD|
|Can We Know the Universe?|
|On Scientific Method|
|A Method of Inquiry|
|The So-called Scientific Method|
|The Germs of Dissent: Louis Pasteur and the Origins of Life|
|How Fermi Would Have Fixed It|
|Sensory Function in the Harbor Seal|
|Developing a Theory|
|Does Theory Ever Become Fact?|
|The Aesthetic Equation|
|What's Wrong with the New Physics?|
|Science: Conjectures and Refutations|
|Evolution as Fact and Theory|
|Einstein: The Thinking That Led to the Theory of Relativity|
|Contexts Of Discovery|
|Setting the Stage for Discovery|
|Preface from Toward the Habit of Truth|
|The Making of a Discovery|
|A Feeling for the Organism|
|Learning to See|