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Love the premise. It falls apart at some points though.
I Love having the opposing viewpoints at the end of the chapter. Read more
Pretty good book, cuz it has comentaries from many important scientists. I like it very much.Published on November 10, 2006 by E. S. Romero
Yes, and it's called 'The Third Culture'. I am a final year high school student studying evolution and I read 'The Third Culture' expecting a dry and uninteresting outline of... Read morePublished on April 14, 1999
In this fine volume, editor and literary agent John Brockman has managed to assemble a majority of the key scientists who are developing the 'Third Culture' - a new scientific... Read morePublished on April 13, 1999 by Alex Burns (email@example.com)
This book starts out with the oft-expressed complaint of C.P. Snow and others regarding the two cultures in academics and thought, positing the humanities against the sciences. Read morePublished on January 2, 1999
Why pour over stacks of technical journals when Brockman
has collected summary essays from leaders in their fields?