Exploring The Nature of Science

Big Farms Make Big Flu: Dispatches on Influenza, Agribusiness, and the Nature of Science

Big Farms Make Big Flu: Dispatches on Influenza, Agribusiness, and the Nature of Science by Rob Wallace
2016 | ISBN: 1583675892, 1583675906 | English | 400 pages | PDF | 3 MB

How Science Works: Evolution: The Nature of Science & The Science of Nature, Second Edition  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Underaglassmoon at July 15, 2016
How Science Works: Evolution: The Nature of Science & The Science of Nature, Second Edition

How Science Works: Evolution: The Nature of Science & The Science of Nature, Second Edition
Springer | Human Genetics | August 10, 2016 | ISBN-10: 9401777470 | 170 pages | pdf | 9.07 mb

Authors: Ellis, John
A general reading book for those especially interested in Evolution and the philosophy of science
A must-read for students and for all those interested in evolution
A clear and concise account of the basic principles of evolution by natural selection
Denying Evolution: Creation, Scientism and the Nature of Science [Repost]

Denying Evolution: Creation, Scientism and the Nature of Science by Massimo Pigliucci
English | 15 Aug. 2002 | ISBN: 0878936599 | 331 Pages | PDF | 66 MB

Denying Evolution aims at taking a fresh look at the evolution-creation controversy, dividing the blame equally between creationists and scientists: the former for subscribing to various forms of anti-intellectualism, the latter for discounting science education and presenting science as scientism to the public and the media.

Systematicity: The Nature of Science  

Posted by arundhati at Sept. 11, 2015
Systematicity: The Nature of Science

Paul Hoyningen-Huene, "Systematicity: The Nature of Science"
2013 | ISBN-10: 0199985057, 0190298332 | 304 pages | PDF | 2 MB
Biology After the Sociobiology Debate: What Introductory Textbooks Say About the Nature of Science and Organisms

Biology After the Sociobiology Debate: What Introductory Textbooks Say About the Nature of Science and Organisms by Carmen James Schifellite
English | 2011 | ISBN: 1433100185 | 252 pages | PDF | 1,4 MB
Reconceptualizing the Nature of Science for Science Education: Scientific Knowledge, Practices and Other Family... (repost)

Reconceptualizing the Nature of Science for Science Education: Scientific Knowledge, Practices and Other Family Categories by Sibel Erduran and Zoubeida Dagher
English | 2014 | ISBN: 9401790566 | 189 pages | PDF | 2,2 MB
Reconceptualizing the Nature of Science for Science Education: Scientific Knowledge, Practices and Other Family Categories

Reconceptualizing the Nature of Science for Science Education: Scientific Knowledge, Practices and Other Family Categories by Sibel Erduran and Zoubeida Dagher
English | 2014 | ISBN: 9401790566 | 189 pages | PDF | 2,2 MB
Teaching About Evolution and the Nature of Science by National Academy of Sciences

Teaching About Evolution and the Nature of Science by National Academy of Sciences
National Academies Press | April 9, 1998 | English | ISBN: 0309063647 | 153 pages | PDF | 12 MB

Today many school students are shielded from one of the most important concepts in modern science: evolution. In engaging and conversational style, Teaching About Evolution and the Nature of Science provides a well-structured framework for understanding and teaching evolution.
Exploring the Intersection of Science Education and 21st Century Skills: A Workshop Summary (repost)

Exploring the Intersection of Science Education and 21st Century Skills: A Workshop Summary By National Research Council
Publisher: National Academies Press 2010 | 144 Pages | ISBN: 030914518X | PDF | 1 MB
Why Beliefs Matter: Reflections on the Nature of Science (repost)

E. Brian Davies, "Why Beliefs Matter: Reflections on the Nature of Science"
English | 2010 | ISBN: 0199586209 | PDF | 256 pages | 1,3 MB

This book discusses deep problems about our place in the world with a minimum of technical jargon. It argues that 'absolutist' ideas dating back to Plato continue to mislead generations of theoretical physicists and theologians. It explains that the multi-layered nature of our present descriptions of the world is unavoidable, not because of anything about the world but because of our own human natures.