Critical Perspectives on Nonacademic Science and Engineering

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Critical Perspectives on Nonacademic Science and Engineering
Author : Paul T. Durbin
File Size : 55,5 Mb
Publisher : Lehigh University Press
Language : English
Release Date : 29 September 1991
ISBN : 0934223157
Pages : 299 pages
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Critical Perspectives on Nonacademic Science and Engineering by Paul T. Durbin Book PDF Summary

This volume is an attempt to get philosophers to concentrate on what scientists and engineers actually do.

Critical Perspectives on Nonacademic Science and Engineering

This volume is an attempt to get philosophers to concentrate on what scientists and engineers actually do.

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