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An engaging and timely collection examining the impact of plagues, from early history to current medicine and the future.
This book offers eight different perspectives on the concept of foresight, investigating its ability to both predict and change the future.
An interdisciplinary exploration on the theme of 'life' with contributions from eight leading scholars across the sciences, arts and humanities.
Insightful, entertaining accounts of the relationship between serendipity and knowledge by some of the most eminent thinkers of this generation.
Seven leading writers discuss powerful topics: from the influence of democracy and cinema to mathematical theory and music.
This collection challenges conventional ideas of beauty by exploring unconventional approaches to the topic in the arts, sciences and mathematics.
In this volume eight famous experts present their energetic commitment to global improvement.
An interdisciplinary approach to the theme of risk, from cutting edge scholars and understandable to all.
Aspects of identity explored by eight distinguished authors from different academic disciplines.
A multi-disciplinary overview, by leading authorities, of the influence of the work of Charles Darwin on arts, science and society.
Considers the nature of evidence in areas including geological change, superstring theory, law and religion.
A fascinating and accessible examination of the survival of the human race.
Fascinating, accessible survey of the acoustic world from physics and music to zoology and film.
Experts from the arts and sciences discuss the theme of memory in an accessible collection for the general reader.
Stephen Jay Gould and other renowned thinkers clearly discuss the nature of evolution from society to the universe.
This book examines the immense and varied impact that catastrophic change can have on the development of life on earth.
A fascinating analysis of conflict by experts in a wide variety of disciplines.
The world of communication from human speech and body language to satellites.
The first book in the Darwin College Lecture series reports on the origins of the most fundamental features of our world.