Science and the Self: The Scale of Knowledge

Upa (2004)
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Science and the Self offers a fundamental re-conception of the relationship between science, a specific type of knowledge, and the other types of knowledge that are equally part of life. This book offers a refreshing, coherent view that explains the nature of the self in the world, the nature of belief, and whether miracles are possible

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