The cosmic blueprint: new discoveries in nature's creative ability to order the universe

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Simon and Schuster, Feb 15, 1988 - Philosophy - 223 pages
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Journeying into the mysteries of creation, physicist Paul Davies rejects the idea of a universe at the mercy of random forces, advancing an argument for the existence of a predestined universal plan--an essential, progressively unfolding, order. Line drawings.

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Science expositor and physics professor Davies has written a fascinating book in which he examines the centuries-old conflict between holism and reductionism: What is the source of the universe's ... Read full review

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Preface
1
Blueprint for a universe
3
The missing arrow
9
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Paul Davies works as a commercial artist. He is the author of "Joe Ironstone: A Drama for Radio," and "Grace: A Story," He lives in Oakville, Ontario.

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