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|All Authors / Contributors:||
R J Ellis
|ISBN:||9789048131822 9048131820 9789048131839 9048131839|
|Description:||xxiii, 100 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), col. map ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||The aims of this book --
Two ways of explaining the world --
How science works --
Darwin's theory of evolution --
The evidence for evolution --
The evolution of eyes --
From the reviews: " I have just read through your book. It is admirably clear, and very accurate about evolution. It should convince any unbiased reader of the fact that there is overwhelming
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A tendentious and misleading introduction to philosophy of science
If the goal of an introductory text for students is to introduce a topic in an evenhanded and unbiased manner, then this book is an abject failure. It is presented as a primer on the scientific method, but in reality it is an anti-religious polemic trying to...
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