Science, Understanding, and Justice: The Philosophical Essays of Martin Eger

Science, Understanding, and Justice: The Philosophical Essays of Martin Eger

Science, Understanding, and Justice: The Philosophical Essays of Martin Eger

Science, Understanding, and Justice: The Philosophical Essays of Martin Eger

Synopsis

In this collection of essays written between 1972 and 1999, the late Martin Eger applies the hermeneutic approach to the most controversial facets of science, education, and ethics. A prominent aspect of the book is Eger's concern with how scientific concepts are conveyed to the general public through popularizations like those of E. O. Wilson, Douglas Hofstadter, and Roger Penrose. Abner Shimony, Eger's colleague and friend, contributes an account of Eger's life, work, and importance to modern philosophical debates.
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