Posts Tagged ‘Geoffrey Gorham’

Philosophy of Science: Bolinda Beginner Guides by Geoffrey Gorham. As a printed book: The Philosophy of Science: A Beginner’s Guide The Origin of Science Defining Science The Scientific Method The Aims of Science The Social Dimensions of Science Science and Human Features My impression of the book was quite good. The book is well structured […]

At the end of his book Philosophy of Science: Bolinda Beginner Guides (The Philosophy of Science: A Beginner’s Guide), Geoffrey Gorham has mentioned the words of Einstein on time on occasion of Besso’s death. I have found in Internet to this end: Time and its Relationship to Consciousness An Overview, Mansoor Malik & Maria Hipolito http://www.jcer.com/index.php/jcj/article/download/82/80 […]

I listen to Philosophy of Science: Bolinda Beginner Guides by Geoffrey Gorham (as a printed book: The Philosophy of Science: A Beginner’s Guide). During the discussion of the demarcation criterion (what is science and what is not), the author has mentioned the Mars effect, and I have found some info to this in Google. Wikipedia […]