Author: Victor Branford
Author: Victor Branford
theory and NOS through a scientific investigation of the contemporary
evolutionary perspective—and stands as the ... transdisciplinary effort to teach
evolution as part of a scientific approach to all human-related subjects in addition
to the ...
Author: Glenn Geher
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
View: 539There is a paradox when it comes to Darwinian ideas within the academy. On one hand, Darwin's theories have famously changed the foundational ideas related to the origins of life, shaping entire disciplines in the biological sciences. On the other hand, people in educated societies across the globe today are famously misinformed and uneducated about Darwinian principles and ideas. Applications of evolutionary theory outside the traditional areas of biology have been slow to progress, and scholars doing such work regularly run into all kinds of political backlash. However, a slow but steady push to advance the teaching of evolution across academic disciplines has been under way for more than a decade. This book serves to integrate the vast literature in the interdisciplinary field of Evolutionary Studies (EvoS), providing clear examples of how evolutionary concepts relate to all facets of life. Further, this book provides chapters dedicated to the processes associated with an EvoS education, including examples of how an interdisciplinary approach to evolutionary theory has been implemented successfully at various colleges, universities, and degree programs. This book also offers chapters outlining a variety of applications to an evolution education, including improved sustainable development, medical practices, and creative and critical thinking skills. Exploring controversies surrounding evolution education, this volume provides a roadmap to asking and answering Darwinian questions across all areas of intellectual inquiry.
Theory of Evolution More commonly associated with Charles Darwin ' s name is
his theory of the evolution of species of plants and animals through a process of
natural selection , i . e . of “ the survival of the fittest ” . The idea of evolution ...
Author: John Tasman Davies
The scientific approach to the whole subject of the origin and law of death is
entirely from the side of natural law , and it follows exclusively the course of the
natural development of life . It proceeds with instruments of exact measurement ,
Author: Newman Smyth
Evolution presents many cases of instincts growing in perfectibility as species
undergo transformation , but no single instance of instinct developing into
intellect . Behind this scientific problem , however , there loomed a philosophical
Author: Herbert Wildon Carr
To grasp the complete meaning of evolution to Emerson we must shift our
attention from discussions that focus solely on treating and judging Emerson ' s
attitude to evolution in conjunction with or departure from empirical strictures to a
Author: Peter A. Obuchowski
Publisher: Lindisfarne Press
Category: Literary Collections
View: 858Emerson's lifelong interest in science is well documented in his journals, lectures, essays, letters and poems. He was especially interested in Goethean science, which both heavily influenced his monisticism and in turn kept him at arms length from Swedenborg's mysticism and pseudo-sciences of his day such as phrenology, palmistry and astrology.Emerson maintained a spiritually-oriented worldview whilst still believing in the progress of science. Obuchowski shows how the Goethean context helps to explain what he calls Emerson's 'scientific mysticism' or 'spiritual science'.
"You are holding the scientific system for developing your leanest most muscular physique"--Back cover.
Author: Andrew Winge
Publisher: Winkor Group
View: 456The Program: Personal Evolution is the definitive, evidence-based guide to developing the lean, muscular physique you have always wanted. Stop wasting your precious time! One of the biggest fallacies in the world of exercise is that you have to spend hours a day in the gym, day after day, in order to build muscle and burn body fat. As a result, many people give up before they reach their fitness goals. What they don't know is that by making some simple changes in the WAY they work out they can boost their exercise productivity by over 500%. The Personal Evolution Training Program will show you how to: 1. Maximize your muscle growth with workouts lasting as short as 20 minutes 2. Boost the intensity of your workouts to double your results. 3. Blast through any training plateaus. 4. Give yourself the mental and physical edge you need. 5. Achieve single digit body fat percentages in record time. 6. Change your bodies metabolism from one that wants to store calories as fat to one that burns fat as fuel around the clock. 7. Boost your production of testosterone and growth hormone. 8. Control your blood sugar and lower insulin levels. 9. Learn how to keep junk food from sabotaging your diet while still indulging yourself. 10. Learn which supplements have real scientific merit and which are just a waste of money. 11. Improve your blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol levels. 12. Lower your risk for heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.
... Science fairs have the potential to help students develop new ways of solving
problems using a scientific approach. ... This book provides a comprehensive
survey of the debates over human evolution from the time of Darwin to the 1940s.
This method of scientific investigation is known as the “ evolutionary method . ” It
asfords a deeper insight into the unity and continuity of certain kinds of facts than
is provided by simple classification . The evolutionary method brings out two ...
Author: M. C. Cobb
Category: Vocational guidance
Greene contends that Dobzhansky and other leading Darwinians illegitimately
use teleological and vitalistic figures of speech in describing the evolutionary
process they hold to be mechanistic , blind , and purposeless . He suggests that
Category: Electronic journals
The Philosophy of Individual Life, Based Upon Natural Science, as Taught by
Modern Masters of the Law Florence ... By a purely scientific process a man may
obtain knowledge of higher vibrations than those received and registered by the
Author: Florence Huntley
... social evolution is soundly founded . Whatever the overtones of the ideological
conflict , which is concerned more with practice than with theory , Academician
Kapitza ( ibid . ) is surely right in saying that there is a lack of objective approach
Author: Cahiers d'histoire mondiale
The scientific method is just over a hundred years old.
Author: Henry M. Cowles
View: 111The scientific method is just over a hundred years old. From debates about the evolution of the human mind to the rise of instrumental reasoning, Henry M. Cowles shows how the idea of a single "scientific method" emerged from a turn inward by psychologists that produced powerful epistemological and historical effects that are still with us today.
Brockett says, Pshaw Tyndall, you are "not au fait in the science of acoustics; "if
you were, you would know that ... in the new scientific process of forming another
wave, at the place where the bell or the locomotive is 1" Tyndall again says, ...
Author: Alexander Wilford Hall
perhaps no accident that the unification theory currently most in vogue - the “
superstring theory ” — has its historical origin in the " bootstrap " approach , a law
of dynamics which states that the characteristics and attributes of a certain
Author: Basarab Nicolescu
View: 132A thought-provoking study of the links or correspondences between modern research in quantum physics and the ideas of the great religious traditions of the past, with emphasis on the cosmology of Jacob Boehme. Includes selections from Boehme's writings.
Old Man River challenges Old Faithful The myths of human evolution by Niles
Eldredge and Ian Tattersall Columbia UP, pp 197, ... course, the scientific
approach through general laws and formulae has nothing to work on in this sort
View: 308New Scientist magazine was launched in 1956 "for all those men and women who are interested in scientific discovery, and in its industrial, commercial and social consequences". The brand's mission is no different today - for its consumers, New Scientist reports, explores and interprets the results of human endeavour set in the context of society and culture.
First , the scientific approach to design does not contradict the artistic aspect of
design . ... We can not , therefore , know whether an artifact emerges through the
process of scientific discovery or through the process of evolution and selection ...
Author: Ken Friedman
Darwinism and Human Affairs is one of the better books to have appeared on
human sociobiology; but it exemplifies the weaknesses as well as the strengths
of the approach. Evolutionary theory has been a rich source of rather vaguely ...
View: 316New Scientist magazine was launched in 1956 "for all those men and women who are interested in scientific discovery, and in its industrial, commercial and social consequences". The brand's mission is no different today - for its consumers, New Scientist reports, explores and interprets the results of human endeavour set in the context of society and culture.
If complex structures did not originate through the evolutionary process , then
how did they originate ? ... The evolu - tionary approach does not threaten the
view that God designed life , because the scientist is concerned with only the
Author: Art Hobson
Publisher: Prentice Hall
View: 988For a one-semester course in liberal arts physics . Hobson has four unifying themes: How do we know?, the significance of post-Newtonian physics (modern physics), energy, and the social context of physics. These themes become evident in the writing and pedagogy throughout the fourth edition.
Chapter 1 Computer Simulation : A New Scientific Approach to the Study of
Language Evolution Angelo Cangelosi and Domenico Parisi Introduction
Language is such an important human characteristics that we would like to know
how it first ...
Author: Angelo Cangelosi
View: 334This book is the first to provide a comprehensive survey of the computational models and methodologies used for studying the evolution and origin of language and communication. Comprising contributions from the most influential figures in the field, it presents and summarises the state-of-the-art in computational approaches to language evolution, and highlights new lines of development. Essential reading for researchers and students in the fields of evolutionary and adaptive systems, language evolution modelling and linguistics, it will also be of interest to researchers working on applications of neural networks to language problems. Furthermore, due to the fact that language evolution models use multi-agent methodologies, it will also be of great interest to computer scientists working on multi-agent systems, robotics and internet agents.