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9789027706584 - G. Holton: Science and its Public,  The Changing Relationship - Book
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G. Holton (?):

Science and its Public, The Changing Relationship (1975) (?)

Delivery from: NetherlandsThis book is a hardcover book not a paperbackUsed book, not a new book.

ISBN: 9789027706584 (?) or 9027706581, in dutch, Springer, hardcover, Used

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To STUDY the philosophy of science has always been a complex task, reaching to the methods and achievements of the sciences, to their histories and their contexts, and to their human implications. Sometimes favored by their social environment, sometimes dissenting from their Zeitgeist, the scientists have taken varying roles in the social spectrum, allied with differing interests, classes, powers, religions, evaluative outlooks. Philosophers should be interested as much in the changing social si... To STUDY the philosophy of science has always been a complex task, reaching to the methods and achievements of the sciences, to their histories and their contexts, and to their human implications. Sometimes favored by their social environment, sometimes dissenting from their Zeitgeist, the scientists have taken varying roles in the social spectrum, allied with differing interests, classes, powers, religions, evaluative outlooks. Philosophers should be interested as much in the changing social situations of science and of scientists as in the changing empirical findings and explanatory conceptions; recognition that rationality, experience, and inquiry have a history is no longer novel. Moreover the historical development of scientific perceptions of nature is linked-whether loosely or tightly--by the development of perceptions of science itself. Percep- tions of science are located not only in the self-awareness of scientists but also in the critical awareness of their fellow human beings. No doubt some friends or critics are more articulate than others, but the context for science has not been bland or neutral. Plaything, weapon, savior, hireling, magician, devil, priest, the stereotypes of science and scientist are neither the simple result of plain ignorance nor the obvious reflection of some successes and some failures of the scientific enterprise. Public perceptions of science have great importance for understanding both the public in society and the sciences at the stage per- ceived.Taal: Engels;Afmetingen: 17x235x155 mm;Gewicht: 520,00 gram;Verschijningsdatum: december 1975;Druk: 1;ISBN10: 9027706581;ISBN13: 9789027706584; Engelstalig | paperback | 1975
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ISBN (alternative notations): 90-277-0658-1, 978-90-277-0658-4
9789027706584 - G. Holton: Science and its Public,  The Changing Relationship - Book
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G. Holton (?):

Science and its Public, The Changing Relationship (1975) (?)

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ISBN: 9789027706584 (?) or 9027706581, in dutch, Springer, Paperback, New

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To STUDY the philosophy of science has always been a complex task, reaching to the methods and achievements of the sciences, to their histories and their contexts, and to their human implications. Sometimes favored by their social environment, sometimes dissenting from their Zeitgeist, the scientists have taken varying roles in the social spectrum, allied with differing interests, classes, powers, religions, evaluative outlooks. Philosophers should be interested as much in the changing social si... To STUDY the philosophy of science has always been a complex task, reaching to the methods and achievements of the sciences, to their histories and their contexts, and to their human implications. Sometimes favored by their social environment, sometimes dissenting from their Zeitgeist, the scientists have taken varying roles in the social spectrum, allied with differing interests, classes, powers, religions, evaluative outlooks. Philosophers should be interested as much in the changing social situations of science and of scientists as in the changing empirical findings and explanatory conceptions; recognition that rationality, experience, and inquiry have a history is no longer novel. Moreover the historical development of scientific perceptions of nature is linked-whether loosely or tightly--by the development of perceptions of science itself. Percep- tions of science are located not only in the self-awareness of scientists but also in the critical awareness of their fellow human beings. No doubt some friends or critics are more articulate than others, but the context for science has not been bland or neutral. Plaything, weapon, savior, hireling, magician, devil, priest, the stereotypes of science and scientist are neither the simple result of plain ignorance nor the obvious reflection of some successes and some failures of the scientific enterprise. Public perceptions of science have great importance for understanding both the public in society and the sciences at the stage per- ceived.Taal: Engels;Afmetingen: 17x235x155 mm;Gewicht: 520,00 gram;Verschijningsdatum: december 1975;Druk: 1;ISBN10: 9027706581;ISBN13: 9789027706584; Engelstalig | paperback | 1975
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9789027706584 - Editor: Gerald Holton: Science and Its Public: The Changing Relationship: Volume 96 (Boston Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science) - Book
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Editor: Gerald Holton (?):

Science and Its Public: The Changing Relationship: Volume 96 (Boston Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science) (2013) (?)

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ISBN: 9789027706584 (?) or 9027706581, Band: 96, in english, 324 pages, Springer, Paperback, New

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To STUDY the philosophy of science has always been a complex task, reaching to the methods and achievements of the sciences, to their histories and their contexts, and to their human implications. Sometimes favored by their social environment, sometimes dissenting from their Zeitgeist, the scientists have taken varying roles in the social spectrum, allied with differing interests, classes, powers, religions, evaluative outlooks. Philosophers should be interested as much in the changing social situations of science and of scientists as in the changing empirical findings and explanatory conceptions; recognition that rationality, experience, and inquiry have a history is no longer novel. Moreover the historical development of scientific perceptions of nature is linked-whether loosely or tightly--by the development of perceptions of science itself. Percep- tions of science are located not only in the self-awareness of scientists but also in the critical awareness of their fellow human beings. No doubt some friends or critics are more articulate than others, but the context for science has not been bland or neutral. Plaything, weapon, savior, hireling, magician, devil, priest, the stereotypes of science and scientist are neither the simple result of plain ignorance nor the obvious reflection of some successes and some failures of the scientific enterprise. Public perceptions of science have great importance for understanding both the public in society and the sciences at the stage per- ceived. paperback, Editie: Softcover reprint of the original 1st Ed. 1976, Label: Springer, Springer, Productgroep: Book, Gepubliceerd: 2013-10-04, Releasedatum: 2013-10-04, Studio: Springer
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Keywords: Books, Science & Nature, History & Philosophy, Reference, Introduction to Philosophy, Non-Western, Philosophers, Society, Politics & Philosophy, Family & Social Groups, Law & Disorder, Methodology & Research, Population & Demography, Social Issues, Sociological Theories, Sociology of Work, Social Sciences
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ISBN (alternative notations): 90-277-0658-1, 978-90-277-0658-4
9789027706584 - Editor: Gerald Holton: Science and Its Public: The Changing Relationship: Volume 96 (Boston Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science) - Book
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Editor: Gerald Holton (?):

Science and Its Public: The Changing Relationship: Volume 96 (Boston Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science) (2013) (?)

Delivery from: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBook is in english languageThis is a paperback bookUsed book, not a new book.

ISBN: 9789027706584 (?) or 9027706581, Band: 96, in english, 324 pages, Springer, Paperback, Used

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To STUDY the philosophy of science has always been a complex task, reaching to the methods and achievements of the sciences, to their histories and their contexts, and to their human implications. Sometimes favored by their social environment, sometimes dissenting from their Zeitgeist, the scientists have taken varying roles in the social spectrum, allied with differing interests, classes, powers, religions, evaluative outlooks. Philosophers should be interested as much in the changing social situations of science and of scientists as in the changing empirical findings and explanatory conceptions; recognition that rationality, experience, and inquiry have a history is no longer novel. Moreover the historical development of scientific perceptions of nature is linked-whether loosely or tightly--by the development of perceptions of science itself. Percep- tions of science are located not only in the self-awareness of scientists but also in the critical awareness of their fellow human beings. No doubt some friends or critics are more articulate than others, but the context for science has not been bland or neutral. Plaything, weapon, savior, hireling, magician, devil, priest, the stereotypes of science and scientist are neither the simple result of plain ignorance nor the obvious reflection of some successes and some failures of the scientific enterprise. Public perceptions of science have great importance for understanding both the public in society and the sciences at the stage per- ceived. paperback, Editie: Softcover reprint of the original 1st Ed. 1976, Label: Springer, Springer, Productgroep: Book, Gepubliceerd: 2013-10-04, Releasedatum: 2013-10-04, Studio: Springer
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Keywords: Books, Science & Nature, History & Philosophy, Reference, Introduction to Philosophy, Non-Western, Philosophers, Society, Politics & Philosophy, Family & Social Groups, Law & Disorder, Methodology & Research, Population & Demography, Social Issues, Sociological Theories, Sociology of Work, Social Sciences
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