18.691 Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 30.1

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Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2005 09:05:50 +0100

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         Subject: Interdisciplinary Science Reviews vol. 30 no. 1 (January

Interdisciplinary Science Reviews
January 2005

ISR Editorial

A Pugwash quartet
Harris, Jack

Gaia: nice is not enough
Turney, Jon

The credibility of scientific expertise in a culture of suspicion
Barnes, Barry

Country stories: the use of oral histories of the countryside to challenge
the sciences of the past and future
Harvey, David; Riley, Mark

Writing the region: Jonathan Couch and the Cornish fauna
Naylor, Simon

Cathedral studies: insight or hindsight?
Smith, Norman A.F.

Ancient technology and computer aided design: olive oil production in
southern Spain
Rojas-Sola, Jose Ignacio

Evolution as context-driven actualisation of potential: toward an
interdisciplinary theory of change of state
Gabora, Liane; Aerts, Diederik

Book Reviews
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