What is the proper relation between the scientific worldview and other aspects of human knowledge and experience? This volume presents case studies, looking at how this problem has been approached from the ancient world right up to the late 1990s.
Science and Civilization Richard P. McKeon; Lynn Thorndlike; Max Black; Ernest Nagel; Philip E. Lecorbeiller; Farrington Daniels; Owsei Temkin; William F. Ogburn; Robert C. Stauffer.
University of Wisconsin Press, 1949
Sci-Fi and the Trans-Simian Future: A Televised Marathon of the Planet of the Apes Movies Inspired a Few Thoughts about What Science Fiction Thinks of the Future of Civilization Wagner, Cynthia G. Tucker, Patrick.
The Futurist, Vol. 47, No. 3, May-June 2013
Nigeria; How Yoruba Art Dazzled the Europeans; Herbert Wendt, a German Science Writer, Said It All: "Modern Ethnologists Have Found the Art of the Yorubas So Astonishingly High in Quality That They Did Not [at First] Ascribe It to a Negro Race." Well, Welcome to an African Civilization Dating Back to 600 AD Wendt, Herbert.
New African, No. 455, October 2006
Why Size Makes All the Difference ; A Wonderful Account of the Universe with the History of Science, Philosophy and Evolution Thrown In Leith, William.
The Evening Standard (London, England), March 9, 2009
Arts: Time to Reflect ; It Can Be Hard to Discern the Beauty in the Severely Minimalist Style of Douglas Allsop, but Sue Hubbard Finds in His Work a Seductive Blend of Science, Philosophy and Poetic Vision Hubbard, Sue.
The Independent (London, England), August 24, 2004