3 edition of Triumphs of modern science. found in the catalog.
Triumphs of modern science.
For children. Originally published, McGraw-Hill,1964.
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Considered one of the greatest triumphs of modern science fiction, Pandora's Star serves up an amazingly well-drawn world and an incredibly epic plot that plays out over the grandest of spaces.
Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro (). to whatever abysses nature leads, or you shall learn nothing'. In modern science a rational and critical empiricism triumphs over rationalism (self-sufficiency of theoretical reason).
2 Modern science is experimental. It is built not only upon direct observation of nature. The celestial symbol interpreted; or, The natural wonders and spiritual teachings of the sun, as revealed by the triumphs of modern science.
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