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The Uncertain Sciences. By BRUCE MAZLISH Yale University Press. The Problem of the Human Sciences. The natural sciences allow us to attain relatively certain understanding of, and predictive control and manipulative power over, natural processes-or so it is widely assumed. This view holds, assuredly among scientists, even in the face of postmodernism and the social constructionism of science. Although systemization is a critical component of what we take to be scientific understanding, it is not sufficient: the telephone book is systematized, yet we would hesitate to place it in the canons of scientific literature. Still, systematization we must have if we are to have scientific understanding as opposed to or distinct from other kinds of understanding, such as isolated insights or intuitions.
In The Uncertain Sciences, Bruce Mazlish presents a cunning and visionary examination of the scientific enterprise of understanding the human species and, by doing so, of its ability to address real life problems.
Uncertain World - by Henry N. Pollack February 2003. 2 - Uncertain about science. Henry N. Pollack, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. This notion that science is something that belongs in a separate compartment of its own, apart from everyday life, is one that I should like to challenge. We live in a scientific age; yet we assume that knowledge is the prerogative of only a small number of human beings.
Title:Uncertain Science. 63 MB. Description:Scientific uncertainty puzzles many people. The confusion arises when scientists have more than one answer, and disagree among themselves. By acquainting readers with the ways that uncertainty arises in science, how scientists accommodate and make use of uncertainty, and how they reach conclusions in the face of uncertainty, this book enables them to confidently evaluate uncertainty from their own perspectives, in terms of their experiences.
World-systems Analysis in Changing Times. World-systems Analysis in Changing Times. ByImmanuel Wallerstein, Carlos Aguirre Rojas, Charles C. Lemert. chapter 3. Three Wallerstein and the Uncertain Worlds.
The Laws of Medicine book. Sciences must have laws-statements of truth based on repeated experiments that describe some universal attribute of nature. But does medicine have laws like other sciences? Dr. Mukherjee has spent his career pondering this question-a question that would ultimately produce some of most serious thinking he would do around the tenets of his ng in The Laws of Medicine. In this important treatise, he investigates the most perplexing and illuminating cases of his career that ultimately led him to identify the three key principles that govern medicine.
The book presents an introductory and comprehensive treatment of resilient controller design methods placing great emphasis on the derivation of necessary and sufficient design conditions and on the use of linear matrix inequalities as a convenient computational tool. Ссылка удалена правообладателем.
The Uncertain is a classic 3D Adventure in a Sci-Fi and Post-Apo setting, developed by ComonGames studio. Get ready to see your common world with digital eyes. In the Game you see it from the perspective of an engineering robot, who seems to be very curious about the human race, long extinct in wasting wars. While being in the development stage, the project has already received positive feedback. The game has been featured in multiple Russian and international exhibitions (E3 2015, DevGamm Moscow 2015, DevGamm Minsk 2015) and received very well among players and professionals. In 2016 The Uncertain received 3 awards at DevGAMM Moscow, 2 awards at White Nights St. Petersburg and won GTP Indie Cup.
The authors of Acting in an Uncertain World argue that political institutions must be expanded and improved to manage these controversies, to transform them into productive conversations, and to bring about technical democracy. They show how hybrid forums -in which experts, non-experts, ordinary citizens, and politicians come together-reveal the limits of traditional delegative democracies, in which decisions are made by quasi-professional politicians and techno-scientific information is the domain of specialists in laboratories. MIT Press Direct is a distinctive collection of influential MIT Press books curated for scholars and libraries worldwide. Knowledge Futures Group.