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|Named Person:||Jacob Bronowski|
|Material Type:||Audio book, etc.|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jacob Bronowski; George Steedman; British Broadcasting Corporation.; New Zealand. Department of Education. Visual Production Unit.
|Notes:||In box (25 x 18 x 5 cm.).|
|Description:||3 audiocassettes (177 min.) : analog, mono.|
|Contents:||SUMMARY: Dr Bronowski discusses twentieth century physics and evolutionary biology with George Steedman. --
tape 1. The skull's inheritance. Trouble about light. Pattern and growth. The structure of energy. --
tape 2. Physics, poetry and revolution. The structure of matter. Nuclear explosion, unclear responsibility. The structure of life. --
tape 3. Evolution is progress. The most successful mammal. The importance of being high-browed. Knowledge plus or minus Western man.
|Series Title:||BBC study tapes.|
|Responsibility:||Jacob Bronowski in conversation with George Steedman.|