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James Harrison

Titles by This Editor

Edited by James Harrison

This sampler of scienfific writing introduces the reader to "how science works and what it can and cannot do." These writings by scientists offer an antidote to the commonly held notion that the scientific process precludes the subjective element. The lucidity of the selection demonstrates that many basic scientific concepts are completely accessible to the general reading public and to students in the humanities as well as those in the sciences.