2 edition of Exploring reality and its uncertainties found in the catalog.
Exploring reality and its uncertainties
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||BD331 .K656 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009031753|
“The object we call a book is not the real book, but its potential, like a musical score or seed,” Rebecca Solnit wrote in her gorgeous reflection on why we read and books most real to us fundamentally alter our relationship with reality — but they do so in ways less tangible than objects and less audible than music. The doubting self was certain about its own thinking capacity. Human reason would be the anchor and all other uncertainties would be erased. The Author: Saeed Ur Rehman. About the Book. Instructor Resources. Student Resources. Chapter 1. Chapter 2. Chapter 3. Chapter 4. Chapter 5. Chapter 6. Chapter 7. Chapter 8. Chapter 9. Chapter Chapter Objectives. Chapter Study Questions. Chapter Summary. Review Quiz. Self-Assessment Quiz. Study Guide Exercises Science seeks to acquire knowledge and understanding of.
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In this book - now in paperback - Ernest Krausz provides the philosophy platform to analyze the complex social interactions of human beings as they wrestle with the reality of everyday life, yet observe the vastness and uncertainty of their galaxy and beyond.
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Ernest Krausz has managed to convey the. Using the combined tools of science, philosophy and the social sciences, the author sets out to explore the numerous facets of what we understand reality to mean. Close attention is given to the human side, especially to the individual experience of reality as manifested through personality, cognitive power, self-consciousness, and rationalistic and communicative endowments.
This micro. Exploring Reality and Its Uncertainties. The book will appeal to readers who have an interest in science and philosophy and wish to think critically and broadly about the nature and limits of human understanding.
In this the whole tenor and spirit of the book. It seems astonishing how meanings of words, like "reality", can be completely turned around, especially by a scientist, expected to truly explore reality.
The title of this book, "Exploring Reality", appears to me remarkably similar to the title of my website (begun about half a dozen years ago and accessible through my last name), "Exploring Cited by: Publication Information. The book is published by SPCK in the UK and by Yale University Press in the US, in ISBN Synopsis.
In y Polkinghorne explains "how natural the task of exploring reality is for someone whose intellectual formation has been in the sciences"(p xi) and asserts his belief in Critical realism against Postmodernism.
Reality is multi-layered, asserts the Reverend John Polkinghorne, and in this insightful book he explores various dimensions of the human encounter with reality.
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In many respects, those uncertainties are about status — social and cultural status, claims to legitimacy, and cultural significance. Its impressive longevity notwithstanding, there is a sense in which the relationship still has the feel, to borrow Brunet’s elegant phrase, of an ‘emergent meeting’.
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