Fatal Attractions: The Troubles with Science Henry H. Bauer

ISBN: 9781931044288

Published: June 28th 2001

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240 pages


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Fatal Attractions: The Troubles with Science  by  Henry H. Bauer

Fatal Attractions: The Troubles with Science by Henry H. Bauer
June 28th 2001 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 240 pages | ISBN: 9781931044288 | 3.37 Mb

The modern world has become fatally addicted to science. In the beginning, the natural sciences were simply humankinds storehouse of knowledge about the mechanics of the world. But increasingly, since the late 19th century, science has become aMoreThe modern world has become fatally addicted to science.

In the beginning, the natural sciences were simply humankinds storehouse of knowledge about the mechanics of the world. But increasingly, since the late 19th century, science has become a universal role model for how to acquire knowledge. Science-based metaphors pervade our words and thoughts. Science is now our very arbiter of truth, and has even become a surrogate religion.

Science now occupies an impossibly demanding cultural role and, inevitably, misconceptions about it are rampant. Therein lies the root of the troubles with science. Curing those troubles requires that we understand what sciences manifold faces are and allow each to have only as much influence as it really deserves.



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