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  • Demon-Haunted Worldby Carl Sagan

    Random House Publishing Group 2011; US$ 17.00

    "A glorious book . . . A spirited defense of science . . . From the first page to the last, this book is a manifesto for clear thought." *Los Angeles Times "POWERFUL . . . A stirring defense of informed rationality. . . Rich in surprising information and beautiful writing." *The Washington Post Book World How can we make intelligent decisions... more...

  • Ignoranceby Stuart Firestein

    Oxford University Press, USA 2012; US$ 18.99

    Knowledge is a big subject, says Stuart Firestein, but ignorance is a bigger one. And it is ignorance--not knowledge--that is the true engine of science.Most of us have a false impression of science as a surefire, deliberate, step-by-step method for finding things out and getting things done. In fact, says Firestein, more often than not, science is... more...

  • A Critical History and Philosophy of Psychologyby Richard T. G. Walsh; Thomas Teo; Angelina Baydala

    Cambridge University Press 2014; US$ 40.00

    Presents a fresh perspective that explores the development of psychology as both a human and a natural science. more...

  • Criticism and the Growth of Knowledge: Volume 4by Imre Lakatos; Alan Musgrave

    Cambridge University Press 1970; US$ 48.00

    This volume arose out of a symposium on Thomas Kuhn's work, with Karl Popper in the chair. more...

  • Lifeby William Brown; Andrew Fabian

    Cambridge University Press 2014; US$ 16.00

    An interdisciplinary exploration on the theme of 'life' with contributions from eight leading scholars across the sciences, arts and humanities. more...

  • The God Delusionby Richard Dawkins

    Transworld 2009; US$ 12.23

    The God Delusion caused a sensation when it was published in 2006. Within weeks it became the most hotly debated topic, with Dawkins himself branded as either saint or sinner for presenting his hard-hitting, impassioned rebuttal of religion of all types. His argument could hardly be more topical. While Europe is becoming increasingly... more...

  • Napoleon's Buttonsby Penny Le Couteur; Jay Burreson

    Penguin Group US 2004; US$ 16.95

    Napoleon's Buttons is the fascinating account of seventeen groups of molecules that have greatly influenced the course of history. These molecules provided the impetus for early exploration, and made possible the voyages of discovery that ensued. The molecules resulted in grand feats of engineering and spurred advances in medicine and law; they determined... more...

  • The Laboratory of the Mindby James Robert Brown

    Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 38.95

    Newton's bucket, Einstein's elevator, Schrödinger's cat ? these are some of the best-known examples of thought experiments in the natural sciences. But what function do these experiments perform? Are they really experiments at all? Can they help us gain a greater understanding of the natural world?  How is it possible that we can learn new things... more...

  • Why Science Does Not Disprove Godby Amir Aczel

    HarperCollins 2014; US$ 18.99

    The renowned science writer, mathematician, and bestselling author of Fermat's Last Theorem masterfully refutes the overreaching claims the "New Atheists," providing millions of educated believers with a clear, engaging explanation of what science really says, how there's still much space for the Divine in the universe, and why faith in both God... more...

  • Darwin's Diceby Curtis Johnson

    Oxford University Press 2014; US$ 19.99

    For evolutionary biologists, the concept of chance has always played a significant role in the formation of evolutionary theory. As far back as Greek antiquity, chance and "luck" were understood to be key factors in the evolution of the natural world. Emphasizing chance is an entire way of thinking about nature, and it is also one of the... more...