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Fri Mar 21 17:15:25 2014 UTClccn-n500414230.00Journal,0.261.00By John Brockman : humanity is a habit by Hugh Fox97702158John_Brockman_(literary_agent)n 5004142376603Brockman, JohnSchlossberg-Brockman, ... 1941-جون بروكمان، 1941-ブロックマン, ジョンlccn-n50077589Schlossberg, Edwinlccn-n79022889Einstein, Albert1879-1955lccn-n80001357Matson, Katinkaedtlccn-n80001590Bateson, Gregory1904-1980aftlccn-n99282477Foley, Micklccn-n79147898Diamond, Jared M.lccn-n88160042Reality Clublccn-n78039823Horton, Lynnp-brooks, davidBrooks, Davidnc-tantor media incTantor Media, IncBrockman, John1941-MiscellaneaBiographyHistoryInterviewsForecastsAnecdotesScienceThought and thinkingScientistsScience and the humanitiesInventionsScience--PhilosophyIntellectualsScience--ForecastingSocial predictionInternet--Social aspectsReligion and scienceIntelligent design (Teleology)Evolution (Biology)--Religious aspects--ChristianityUnited StatesGermanyJewish scientistsEinstein, Albert,PhysicistsAnniversariesCosmologyExplanationTwenty-first centuryNeurosciencesConsciousnessBrainScience--Social aspects--ForecastingInternetCognitionIntellectual lifeScience and civilizationEthicsScience--Moral and ethical aspectsEthnologyPsychologyKnowledge, Theory ofScience--MethodologyEvolution (Biology)Mathematical recreationsCalculatorsHuman beingsMethodologySocial sciences--PhilosophyHuman evolutionFoley, MickElectronic data processing personnelInformation societyComputers and civilizationSocial networksTechnological innovations--Social aspectsCulture194119591961196219691970197319741975197619771978197919801985198619871988198919901991199219931995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201419189195536500Q173ocn191932047ocn861339999ocn044501874ocn748265387ocn828103618ocn311061700ocn773581400ocn805668388ocn865020086ocn310502742ocn001434249ocn010024710ocn797711882ocn04578236015609ocn042652748book19990.20Brockman, JohnThe greatest inventions of the past 2,000 yearsHistoryThe responses of some of the world's leading scientists and creative thinkers vary from the computer to the eraser, from movable type to classical music, from the lens to counting systems, from the concepts of free will to democracy+-+K344039315125723ocn048450819book20020.25Brockman, JohnThe next fifty years : science in the first half of the twenty-first centuryHistoryForecastsAnnotation+-+0798620285105415ocn064549307book20050.22What we believe but cannot prove : today's leading thinkers on science in the age of certaintyMiscellanea"More than one hundred of the world's leading thinkers write about things they believe in, despite the absence of concrete proof"--P. [4] of cover+-+36369351559269ocn065978673book20060.33Brockman, JohnIntelligent thought : science versus the intelligent design movementExplores the theory of Creationism and the implications of evolution in a collection of essays that includes contributions by such scientists as psychologist Steven Pinker, evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins, and genomic researcher J. Craig Venter+-+977227258588318ocn031901447book19950.32Brockman, JohnThe third cultureInterviewsThe Third Culture is an eye-opening look at the intellectual culture of today - in which science, not literature or philosophy, takes center stage in the debate over human nature and the nature of the universe. Thirty-five years ago, C. P. Snow, in a now famous essay, wrote about the polarization of the "two cultures" - literary intellectuals on the one hand, and scientists on the other. Although he hoped for the emergence of a "third culture" that would bridge the gap, it is only recently - when books such as Daniel C. Dennett's Consciousness Explained, Stephen Jay Gould's Wonderful Life, Stephen Hawking's A Brief History of Time, Roger Penrose's The Emperor's New Mind, and Steven Pinker's The Language Instinct became bestsellers - that science has changed the intellectual landscape+-+19987393158686ocn061303499book20060.24My Einstein : essays by twenty-four of the world's leading thinkers on the man, his work, and his legacyBiographyEssays marking the centennial of Einstein's special theory of relativity include contributions from Leonard Susskind, Janna Levin, Lee Smolin, and others on such topics as the Einstein myth and his influence on modern physics+-+60987902857389ocn733224087book20120.19Brockman, JohnThis will make you smarter : new scientific concepts to improve your thinkingThis Will Make You Smarter presents brilliant but accessible ideas to expand every mind. What scientific concept would improve everybody's cognitive toolkit? This is the question John Brockman, publisher of Edge.org, posed to the world's most influential thinkers. Their visionary answers flow from the frontiers of psychology, philosophy, economics, physics, sociology, and more. Surprising and enlightening, these insights will revolutionize the way you think about yourself and the world73810ocn071286720book20060.24What is your dangerous idea? : today's leading thinkers on the unthinkableMiscellaneaFrom Copernicus to Darwin, to current-day thinkers, scientists have always promoted theories and unveiled discoveries that challenge everything society holds dear; ideas with both positive and dire consequences. Many thoughts that resonate today are dangerous not because they are assumed to be false, but because they might turn out to be true. What do the world's leading scientists and thinkers consider to be their most dangerous idea? Through the leading online forum "Edge" (www.edge.org), the call went out, and this compelling and easily digestible volume collects the answers. From using medication to permanently alter our personalities to contemplating a universe in which we are utterly alone, to the idea that the universe might be fundamentally inexplicable, "What Is Your Dangerous Idea?" takes an unflinching look at the daring, breathtaking, sometimes terrifying thoughts that could forever alter our world and the way we live in it+-+50496761553247106ocn795758008book20130.21This explains everything : deep, beautiful, and elegant theories of how the world worksMiscellanea"Drawn from the cutting-edge frontiers of science, This Explains Everything presents 150 of the most deep, surprising, and brilliant explanations of how the world works, with contributions by Jared Diamond, Richard Dawkins, Nassim Taleb, Brian Eno, Steven Pinker, and more"--6693ocn054400221book20040.25Curious minds : twenty-seven scientists describe what inspired them to choose their pathsBiography"A collection of essays from twenty-seven of the world's most interesting scientists about the moments and events in their childhoods that set them on the paths that would define their lives."--BOOK JACKET+-+46477902856588ocn419852004book20090.21Brockman, JohnThis will change everything : ideas that will shape the futureForecasts"Edge.org presents 125 of today's leading thinkers ... [responding to the question,] 'What game-changing scientific ideas and developments do you expect to live to see?'"--Cover+-+92144361556156ocn641534355book20110.28Is the Internet changing the way you think? : the net's impact on our minds and futureEvery year, Edge.org's World Question Center poses a new question to be answered by a group of luminary thinkers--philosophers, scientists, historians and the like. The 2010 question is "How is the Internet changing the way YOU think?" This book collects the responses of more than 150 of the world's most influential minds. Examines the way the Internet has affected society and the way people think and poses the title question to various writers, author, actors, and thinkers who contribute short essays on the subject+-+29957571555438ocn031517104book19950.24How things are : a science tool-kit for the mindMiscellaneaA collection of works from leading thinkers and scientists from a variety of science disciplines+-+560496331551711ocn002873977book19770.59Bateson, GregoryAbout Bateson : essays on Gregory Bateson50122ocn001584082book19750.20Schlossberg, EdwinThe pocket calculator game book41014ocn057379123book20040.24Brockman, JohnCurious minds : how a child becomes a scientistBiographyAnecdotesA fascinating collection of essays from twenty-seven of the world's most interesting scientists about the moments and events in their childhoods that set them on the paths that would define their lives. What makes a child decide to become a scientist? For Robert Sapolsky-Stanford professor of biology-it was an argument with a rabbi over a passage in the Bible. Physicist Lee Smolin traces his inspiration to the volume of Einstein's work he picked up as a diversion from heartbreak. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, a psychologist and the author of Flow, found his calling through Descartes. Mary Catherine Bateson-author of Composing a Life-discovered that she wanted to be an anthropologist while studying Hebrew. Janna Levin-author of How the Universe Got Its Spots-felt impelled by the work of Carl Sagan to know more. Murray Gell-Mann, Nicholas Humphrey, Freeman Dyson, Daniel C. Dennett, Lynn Margulis, V.S. Ramachandran, Howard Gardner, Richard Dawkins, and more than a dozen others tell their own entertaining and often inspiring stories of the deciding moment. Illuminating memoir meets superb science writing in essays that invite us to consider what it is-and isn't-that sets the scientific mind apart and into action+-+46477902854046ocn053298770book20030.24The new humanists : science at the edgeCollects essays by a variety of top scientists discussing the unique contributions each of them are making to the development of modern thought, in an anthology that seeks to forge links between science and the humanities+-+84709251253664ocn191932047book20080.19What have you changed your mind about? : today's leading minds rethink everything150 high-powered thinkers discuss their most telling missteps and reconsiderations+-+490131615534818ocn035905253book19960.50Brockman, JohnDigerati : encounters with the cyber eliteInterviews+-+19541333363265ocn670476366book20110.25Culture : leading scientists explore civilizations, art, networks, reputation, and the on-line revolution"A short, cutting-edge master class covering everything you need to know about culture. Edited by John Brockman, with contributions by the world's leading thinkers"--+-+1868757155551ocn001086215book19740.88After Brockman; a symposium112ocn259702649com20000.70Stern, GerdFrom beat scene poet to psychedelic multimedia artist in San Francisco and beyond, 1948-1978InterviewsTopics covered include: born Gerd Jacob Stern in 1928; childhood and education in New York, discovering poetry, moving to California in 1940's, writing poetry, marriage to Jane Hill (known also as Hamner Buck after marriage to Bill Buck), divorced, meeting Allen Ginsburg, Maya Angelou, marriage to Ann London, writing for Playboy magazine in 1960's, living on houseboat in Sausalito, California, USCO (multimedia art) with John Brockman, marriage to Sally Shaw, entering family cheese import business, reflections on art, poetry, counterculture, drugs and the cheese industry, Michael Callahan (electrical engineer) and Intermedia Systems Corporation, Boobam Bamboo Drum Company, Shirley Staschen Triest, Verbal American Landscape, Woodstock Artists' Association91ocn646257314book20100.47Brockman, JohnPearling days : the pearling voyage of the Sarah to the North West and Kimberley in 1880 and 1881, with an appendix on the death of W.H. Lowe during an expedition N.E. of the Gascoyne in late 1881History+-+633905403532411ocn762850435bookBrockman, JohnJournalDiariesJournal by G. John Brockman of an exploring trip to the north east of the Gascoyne, giving an account of the loss of H.W. Lowe11ocn762849920bookBrockman, JohnReminiscencesHistoryArchivesReminiscences of Northwest Australia, including overland journey from Perth to the Roebourne district in 1874, and cruise of pearling vessel off the N.W. coast in 188011ocn759399902art2011Willis, Durwood HJohn Brockman : Union soldier from Louisa County : the status of a black soldier in the Union ArmyHistory11ocn038755161book19701.00Fox, HughBy John Brockman : humanity is a habit by Hugh Fox11ocn187300009mix1962Brockman, W. EBrockman family genealogical chartContains duplicate charts, encased in their covers, which include the descendants of John Brockman, who lived in England in 1390. Some of his descendants lived in Kent, England, and Virginia+-+K344039315+-+K344039315Fri Mar 21 15:45:18 EDT 2014batch28440