5 edition of trouble with science found in the catalog.
trouble with science
R. I. M. Dunbar
Includes bibliographical references (p. 190-200) and index.
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|Pagination||213 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||213|
|LC Control Number||95023404|
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Dunbar's unassuming little book provides a contrast, and an antidote to the excesses of social constructivism, mainly through his informed, insightful celebration of science. He explicitly addresses the Trouble with Science arising from the skepticism and hostility borne largely of ignorance and post-modernist philosophies of despair.
His book may be seen as a volley fired in the 'science Cited by: The author draws on anthropological and psychological material, as well as physics, astronomy and chemistry, and Examining the widespread sense of the "difficulty" of science, this work considers why many people find it so hard to grasp how science works, why there is so much suspicion of its success, and why many still seek refuge in religion or New Age spirituality.4/5.
The trouble with science is not because empirical thinking does not come naturally to us. The first task Dunbar undertakes is to draw a distinction `cookbook' and `explanatory' science (p). Cookbook science is technical, practical observations about the world, rules of thumb that are used by human beings to plant crops, raise livestock and to fashion tools/5(5).
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Why is physics suddenly in trouble. In this groundbreaking book, the renowned theoretical physicist Lee Smolin argues that physics — the basis for all other sciences — has lost its way. For more than two centuries, our understanding of the laws of nature expanded rapidly.4/5().
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