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How science works : evolution : a student primer

著者: R J Ellis
出版商: Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, ©2010.
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"Evolution is just a theory, isn't it? What is a scientific theory anyway? Don't scientists prove things? What is the difference between a fact, a hypothesis and a theory in science? How does scientific thinking differ from religious thinking? Why are most leading scientists atheists? Are science and religion compatible? Why are there so many different religious beliefs but only one science? What is the evidence for  再读一些...
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ISBN: 9789048131822 9048131820 9789048131839 9048131839
OCLC号码: 465370643
描述: xxiii, 100 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), col. map ; 24 cm.
内容: 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 --
Concluding remarks.
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This general reading book is aimed at those interested in evolution and the philosophy of science. It covers many questions such as: what is the difference between fact and theory? Why are most  再读一些...

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A tendentious and misleading introduction to philosophy of science

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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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