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Structure in Science and Art

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Edited By: Wendy Pullan and Harry Bhadeshia
203 pages, 2 col plates, 20 b/w illus
Structure in Science and Art
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  • Structure in Science and Art ISBN: 9780521782586 Hardback Oct 2000 Out of Print #106902
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Examination of structure and the different forms that it takes such as bridges and buildings, DNA, the periodic table, flora and fauna, machines, circuits, human beings and the societies of which they are part, and even thoughts and ideas.

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Introduction Wendy Pullan; 1. The structure of life Simon Conway Morris; 2. Models of structure A. H. Cottrell and D. G. Pettifor; 3. The body in space: structures in dance Shobana Jeyasingh; 4. The structures of landscape John Dixon Hunt; 5. Microscopic structure: minerals, gemstones and their derivatives and applications John Meurig Thomas; 6. Engineering structures: why do they fail? John Knott; 7. The structure of conflict Mary Caldor; 8. The structure of the imagination: darkness visible in the mind's eye Marina Warner; Notes on contributors; Acknowledgements; Index.

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Out of Print
Edited By: Wendy Pullan and Harry Bhadeshia
203 pages, 2 col plates, 20 b/w illus
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