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Dr. Rosen presents a most fascinating book.... Followers of Rosen's work will find Life Itself to be new and exciting, as I did.(David W. Roberts, Utah State University)|
Iconoclastic and occasionally brilliant...Life Itself is well written, fascinating...(Steve Pacala, University of Connecticut, Storrs)
A necessary read for anyone frustrated at the disconnect between sciences. It is also proving to be a valuable resource in a study of relation between networks. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ArchitecturePhilosophy
Rosen spent most of his life on the topic he tried to summarise in Life Itself.
It is full of wisdom and challenges the traditional materialistic assumption. Read more
Life itself is a thought provoking book on complex systems. This is a gem of a book compared to for example Bertalanffy's book on general systems theory which I found very... Read morePublished on June 1, 2013 by Anne van Rossum
Life Itself is somewhat a seminal work of modern complexity research. The author makes a convincing case that life itself is quite complex. Read morePublished on February 28, 2011 by M. J. McDonald
I have first heard about this book in an international meeting dealing with origin-of-life. The conference itself had a good representation of computer scientists and some of them... Read morePublished on July 13, 2010 by California Star
I've been working on a book about the human relationship with nature, starting from thinking about water, and gradually my research has made it seem inevitable that I would have to... Read morePublished on October 29, 2007 by Lowry C. Pei
While it is possible to write a short journal article while citing
only half a dozen to a dozen references Rosen attempted to write
a whole book on a huge... Read more
The other reviewers have already described the contents of Rosen's work sufficiently well that I will not bother to restate it all. Read morePublished on October 2, 2002 by T. Gwinn