Cogito Ergo Sum and Other Musings on Science
Queena N. Lee
Ateneo University Press, 2002 - Science - 203 pages
In this groundbreaking collection, science is viewed from diverse perspectives and disciplines. Through essay, poetry, journalism, and fiction, well-known writers reflect on and investigate the vagaries of physics, zoology, mathematics, as well as computer science, environmental science, and agriculture, among others.
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