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The way of science : finding truth and meaning in a scientific worldview

Author: Dennis R Trumble
Publisher: Amherst, New York : Prometheus Books, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Scientist Dennis R. Trumble sees a much deeper, more compelling benefit of science, one that, while less obvious, may prove to be far more important in the long run: namely, the ability to look beyond our preconceptions and see the world and ourselves in a truer light. He eloquently illustrates how scientific rationality and critical thinking are not only good for our physical but also our psychological and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dennis R Trumble
ISBN: 9781616147556 1616147555
OCLC Number: 818738060
Description: 346 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction: Truth and consequences --
Part 1. From so humble a beginning : evolution and the scientific process. The dissent of man --
A grain in the balance --
One longsome argument --
Grasping at straws and coming to grips : how science really works --
Part 2. Science for everyone. A cause for cerebration --
Canon fodder --
Like confessing a murder --
Estranged bedfellows --
Part 3. Transcending faith. A crisis of faith --
Faith : the good, the bad, and the dogmatic --
What God hath wrought --
Faith, hope, and parity --
Part 4. Life, the universe and everything. Framing the big picture --
What are the odds? --
A cause céleste. Introduction: Truth and consequences --
Part 1. From so humble a beginning : evolution and the scientific process --
ch.1. The dissent of man --
ch.2. A grain in the balance --
ch.3. One longsome argument --
ch.4. Grasping at straws and coming to grips : how science really works --
Part 2. Science for everyone --
ch.5. A cause for cerebration --
ch.6. Canon fodder --
ch.7. Like confessing a murder --
ch.8. Estranged bedfellows --
Part 3. Transcending faith --
ch.9. A crisis of faith --
ch.10. Faith : the good, the bad, and the dogmatic --
ch.11. What God hath wrought --
ch.12. Faith, hope, and parity --
Part 4. Life, the universe and everything --
ch.13. Framing the big picture --
ch.14. What are the odds? --
ch.15. A cause céleste.
Responsibility: Dennis R. Trumble.

Abstract:

"Scientist Dennis R. Trumble sees a much deeper, more compelling benefit of science, one that, while less obvious, may prove to be far more important in the long run: namely, the ability to look beyond our preconceptions and see the world and ourselves in a truer light. He eloquently illustrates how scientific rationality and critical thinking are not only good for our physical but also our psychological and emotional well-being and essential to achieving the kind of global stewardship worthy of our highest aspirations."--

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