The Unity of Knowledge
by Edward O. Wilson
1998, 367 pages. Thought-provoking, ambitious work based on Pulitzer prize-winning author’s belief that all knowledge is intrinsically unified, and that behind the diverse disciplines of science, there are a small number of natural laws at work, whose interlocking he calls consilience. Links the natural sciences to the arts, humanities, economics and religion through biological principles and the genetic bases of culture. Paperback; 5-1/4 x 8″.
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