Seeking Truth: Living with Doubt

Gardners Books (2007)
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The book interconnects many science topics, including cosmology, neurobiology and evolution, to religion and the arts.
Keywords Truth  Certainty  Belief and doubt  Faith  Religion  Science
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Call number BD171.F67 2007
ISBN(s) 9781434318718   1434318710
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