5 edition of Modern science reader found in the catalog.
Modern science reader
Robert Montgomery Bird
|Statement||edited by Robert Montgomery Bird ...|
|LC Classifications||Q209 .B6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 323 p.|
|Number of Pages||323|
|LC Control Number||11025719|
This important book, which won the Alice Davis Hitchcock Award, traces the process by which the mystical and numerological grounds for the use of number and geometry in building gave way to the more functional and technical ones that prevail in architectural theory and practice today. Between the late Renaissance and the early nineteenth century, the ancient arts of architecture were. Boasting almost one hundred articles and book excerpts, The Oxford Book of Modern Science Writing is a breathtaking celebration of the finest writing by scientiststhe best such collection in printpacked with scintillating essays on Brand: Oxford University Press.
The Reader focuses on the practices of modern and contemporary science and technology located in different national and institutional settings, with some attention to non- Western contexts. By mapping some of the open questions and points of tension likely to occupy the field for years to come, the essays in the Readercast fresh light on what "science" means at the end of the twentieth century. "The book accomplishes the seemingly impossible task of introducing readers to what every student knows (or should) about modern science—the “textbook” histories of many of the most important developments in physics, biology, chemistry, and technology of the last years—while at the same time using considerable historical and theoretical sophistication to bring out the complexities.
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Excerpt from Modern Science Reader: With Special Reference to Chemistry Curiously enough, near the center, where most of the meteorites have been found, is a crater with raised edges three quarters of a mile in diameter and about six hundred feet deep, bearing exactly the appearance which would be produced had a mighty mass of iron struck the ground and buried itself deep under the : Robert Montgomery Bird.
The Oxford Book of Modern Science Writing by Richard Dawkins (Goodreads Author) (Editor), James Hopwood Jeans (Contributor), James Hopwood Jeans (Contributor). Sydney Brenner (Contributor). John Maynard Smith (Contributor). Fred Hoyle /5. Book Description The Birth of Modern Science covers such topics as the new astronomy, discoveries made with microscopes, the principle of inertia, experiments on voids, & research on the circulatory system.
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The first third progresses from the ancient Greeks to the developments of the Renaissance that prepared the way for the Scientific Revolution. The second covers the Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment and the final third is devoted to the 19th, /5(33).
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Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Philosophy of Science Isabelle Stengers The Invention of /5. In The Oxford Book of Modern Science Writing [Oxford University Press ] by Richard Dawkins, we encounter the inverse process.
The Oxford guru of ungodly genetics offers us a personally-chosen digest of 83 literary variations -- one might say prose poems -- on scientific themes.5/5(5).The Oxford Book of Modern Science Writing is an anthology of scientific writings, arranged and introduced by Richard Dawkins of the University of hed first in Marchit contains 83 writings on many topics from a diverse variety of authors, which range in length from one to eight her: Oxford University Press.
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