Our Quest for Effective Living: How We Cope in Social Space/ A Window to A New Science
Physicists talk about "the universe" as though they were the science masters of that domain. In the middle of the twentieth century physicists should have learned some humility from the discoveries made by genetic biologists, particularly their identification of the structure of DNA. These biologists explore a quite different universe from the one physicists explore. Physicists have studied just one kind of universe and its particular bag of tricks, and they have done so with very convincing success. In this book I address yet another universe: the universe of human existence in social space, and some of its bag of tricks
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Fred Emil Katz
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