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Apocalypse and paradigm : science and everyday thinking / Errol E. Harris
Bib ID 1806345
Format BookBook
Author
Harris, Errol E
 
Description Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2000 
xi, 154 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0275963187 (alkaline paper)
0275968375 (alkaline paper) (paperback)
0275968308 (alkaline paper)
Full contents
  • 1. The Significance of Conceptual Schemes
  • 2. The Newtonian Paradigm
  • 3. Twentieth-Century Residue
  • 4. The Problem of Sovereignty in International Relations
  • 5. The Twentieth-Century Revolution
  • 6. Circumspective Transformation
  • 7. Postmodernization - The Dilemma.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Philosophy and science.  |  Science -- Social aspects.  |  Science -- Philosophy.

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