SCIENCE MAGAZINE: Volume 356, No. 6341, 9 June 2017

SCIENCE MAGAZINE: Volume 356, No. 6341, 9 June 2017, coverAAAS Science Magazine (Volume 356, No. 6341, 9 June 2017). American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2017. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback. (#26323) $10.00

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Special issue on repair and regeneration.

Also New Zealand’s monstrous insects in mortal danger, summer books, stellar support for general relativity, and more. pp981-1096.

SCIENCE MAGAZINE: Volume 356, No. 6341, 2 June 2017

SCIENCE MAGAZINE: Volume 356, No. 6341, 2 June 2017, coverAAAS Science Magazine (Volume 356, No. 6341, 2 June 2017). American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2017. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback. (#26322) $10.00

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Features targeting Lassa virus. Also, why surgery seems to cloud the mind, plasmon-enhanced chemistry, and methane blow-out from ice sheet retreat. pp881-980.

FULLER, RW: 3 Books: Religion and Science; Somebodies and Nobodies; Wisdom of Science

Religion and Science; Somebodies and Nobodies; Wisdom of Science, book coverRobert W. Fuller 3 Books: Religion and Science; Somebodies and Nobodies; Wisdom of Science. . Very Good. Paperback. (#26321) $20.00

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Three unmarked books by Robert W. Fuller, an American physicist, author, social reformer, and former president of Oberlin College. He is a recognized authority on dignity and rankism.

Three books:
Religion and Science: A Beautiful Friendship (ISBN: 9781502354273, 2012);

The Wisdom of Science (ISBN: 9781479229024, 2014);

Somebodies and Nobodies: Overcoming the Abuse of Rank (ISBN: 0865714878, 2004)

IONE, A: Information: Description, Cognition, Invention (Informatica 21)

 Information: Description, Cognition, Invention (Informatica 21), First pageIone, Amy. Information: Description, Cognition, Invention (Informatica 21). Informatica, 1997. Unmarked text. Offprint from Informatica 21, pp423-436. Very Good. Staplebound Wraps. (#26287) $10.00

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Juxtaposing the work of Baars, Chalmers, Scott, Varela, and others with a detailed analysis of historical case studies, this paper uses a multilevel and multilateral model to explore how information, consciousness and culture interpenetrate.

EDELMAN, GM: A Universe of Consciousness: How Matter Becomes Imagination

Edelman Gerald M.;Tononi, Giulio. A Universe of Consciousness: How Matter Becomes Imagination. Basic Books, 2000. ISBN: 9780465013760. Unmarked text. Unclipped dust jacket. Illustrated. 274p. Index. Notes. References. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#26223) $12.00

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Nobel laureate in medicine Gerald Edelman and brain researcher Giulio Tononi draw on their cutting-edge research to show for the first time precisely how the brain creates conscious experience.

BERKELEY SCIENCE REVIEW: Spring 2016, Issue 30

Berkeley Science Review (Spring 2016, Issue 30). Unmarked. Features From DNA to Diversity. Also experimenting with parenthood, automated transportation, Climate change, and more. Illustrated. 48p. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26216) $10.00

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HELMHOLTZ, HFL: On the Sensations of Tone As A Physiological Base for the Theory of Music

 On the Sensations of Tone As A Physiological Base for the Theory of Music, book coverHelmholtz, Hermann F. L. On the Sensations of Tone As A Physiological Base for the Theory of Music. Dover Publications, Inc., 1954. Unmarked. Previous owner’s name stamped on edge. Crease on front end page. Good. Paperback. (#26205) $16.00

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This classic links music theory and the natural sciences. A survey of the different principles of musical styles in history is followed by a detailed study of our own tonal system. Includes graphs, diagrams, tables, and musical examples.

New introduction by Henry Margenau (1954). The second English edition, translated, thoroughly revised and corrected, rendered conformal to the fourth (and last) German edition of 1877, with numerous additional notes and a new additional appendix bringing down information to 1885 and especially adapted to the use of music students by Alexander J. Ellis.