3 edition of The poverty of a rootless science found in the catalog.
The poverty of a rootless science
Johann R. E. Lutjeharms
|Statement||by Johann R.E. Lutjeharms.|
|Series||Inaugural lecture. New series / University of Cape Town -- No. 167|
|Contributions||University of Cape Town.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||10 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||10|
David Landes () about the Wealth and Poverty of Nations Introduction Landes’ book is well-known in the world of economic history. It is much used at universities as textbook, and therefore it deserves a methodological account. Most economic historians are storytellers rather than model makers. Actually this is not a proper dual; it should not. science fiction and spiritual poverty In my history as a Talk show host I have interviewed scores of individuals who are authors in the sphere of Science Fiction. I have related my views on the idea that many people see science fiction as a great way to escape I see it as an clandestine way to supplant religious thought with a new spirituality.
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