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How Things Are A Science Tool-Kit for the Mind

Out of Print
Edited By: J Brockman and K Matson
301 pages, Figs
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  • How Things Are ISBN: 9781857997378 Paperback Dec 1996 Out of Print #60519
  • How Things Are ISBN: 9780297815112 Hardback Jul 1995 Out of Print #40151
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Nearly forty of the world's leading scientists have each contributed an original piece relevant to the following: thinking about science; origins; evolution; mind; cosmos; the future. Each essay is short, self-contained, and requires no prior knowledge. Includes contributions from Steve Gould and Richard Dawkins.

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Out of Print
Edited By: J Brockman and K Matson
301 pages, Figs
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