When Science Fails Us

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1996 Number 4

When Science Fails Us
Richard Levins, pages -

Abstract

Richard Levins looks at the dramatic failures of Euro-North American science, and argues for a science that looks more broadly at our relationship with the rest of nature. This is an edited version of his address on receiving the 1996 Edinburgh Medal.

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Richard Levins (1996) When Science Fails Us, Soundings, 1996(4), -

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