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  • oxfam books & music crouch end chapman & hall, londonsee oxfam website for delivery information read morefirst editionhardcover, green cloth, maroon and gilt titlesone very small bradford library stamp, no other library markingsbindings tight, contents clean bright unfoxedvol 2 has one page with two small holesthree volume set

    95 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end "legend is overdue for replacement, and an adequate replacement must attend to the process of science as carefully as hull has done"-michael ruse, biology and philosophy see oxfam website for delivery information read moremoreover, science as a process is one of the most compulsively readable books that i have ever encountered"-mark ridley, times literary supplement"hull is primarily interested in how social interactions within the scientific community can help or hinder the process by which new theories and techniques get acceptedhull takes an unusual approach to his subjectit is one of a distinguished series of books, which hull himself editsbowler, archives of natural history "i have been doing philosophy of science now for twenty-five years, and whilst i would never have claimed that i knew everything, i felt that i had a really good handle on the nature of science, again and again, hull was able to show me just how incomplete my understanding wasi share his vision of a serious account of the social and intellectual dynamics of science that will avoid both the rosy blur of legend and the facile charms of relativismthe claim that science is a process for selecting out the best new ideas is not a new one, but hull tells us exactly how scientists go about it, and he is prepared to accept that at least to some extent, the social activities of the scientists promoting a new idea can affect its chances of being acceptedbecause of hull's deep concern with the ways in which research is actually done, science as a process begins an important project in the study of science"-natalie angier, new york times book review"by far the most professional and thorough case in favour of an evolutionary philosophy of science ever to have been madehe applies the rules of evolution in nature to the evolution of science, arguing that the same kinds of forces responsible for shaping the rise and demise of species also act on the development of scientific ideasit contains excellent short histories of evolutionary biology and of systematics (the science of classifying living things); an important and original account of modern systematic controversy; a counter-attack against the philosophical critics of evolutionary philosophy; social-psychological evidence, collected by hull himself, to show that science does have the character demanded by his philosophy; and a philosophical analysis of evolution which is general enough to apply to both biological and historical change"-philip kitcher, nature "in science as a process, david hull argues that the tension between cooperation and competition is exactly what makes science so successful

    20 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end in the s and s, michelangelo antonioni () forged a cinematic language that reflected a changed, postwar worldsee oxfam website for delivery information read morein interviews ranging from to , antonioni discusses his neuroses, his cinematic concerns, his roots in italian neorealism, and the reasons he ultimately broke free of the style's constraintshe insists that the struggle to understand the inner lives of characters is the crucial issue that cinema must tacklehis most notable english-language films, from blow up () to zabriskie point (), engage contemporary politics and modern social alienationbert cardullo is professor of american culture and literature at ege university in izmir, turkeyhis early successes, including l'avventura () and la notte (), reshaped film drama by focusing so intently on characters (particularly couples) that plot was often a secondary concernamong other books, he is the author of in search of cinema: selected writings on international film art and vittorio de sica: director, actor, screenwritermichelangelo antonioni: interviews collects a broad range of conversations with this iconoclastic filmmaker, including one, never before in print, with the editor of this volumehe also moved away from the social realism of his italian peers

    95 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end panther books, london, usee oxfam website for delivery information read moremass market paperbackcondition: g/vg, page edges slightly tanned, sticker damage to rear

    25 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end japanese pressing the police roxanne / can't stand losing you 45 rpm 7" vinyl single original company sleeve 1st press (a side - ex condition b side vg)  see oxfam website for delivery information read more

    15 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end pink - trouble, clear vinyl 7" 45 rpmsee oxfam website for delivery information read more   vinyl  near mint (played once), sleeve vg+ (slight sticker residue damage, see pic)

    20 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end in germany, more than anywhere else, darwinism was a sensational successsee oxfam website for delivery information read morehe explains how the popularizers changed darwin's thought in subtle ways and how these changes colored their perceptions of darwinismamong the first purveyors of mass culture, the germans provide valuable clues as to how seminal ideas move through a societysetting his analysis against the background of popular science, kelly follows popular darwinism as it permeated education, religion, politics, and social thought in germany

    20 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end this book clarifies the interrelationship between optics, vision and perspective before the classical age, examining binocularity in particularsee oxfam website for delivery information read morethis book will appeal to a broad readership, from philosophers and historians of science, to those working in geometry, optics, ophthalmology and architecturethe author shows how binocular vision was one of the key juncture points between the three concepts and readers will see how important it is to understand the approach that scholars once tookit is essential to take into account the way medieval scholars posed the problem - which included all facets of the latin word perspectiva - when exploring the events of this periodthe author shows how this division, which emerged as a result of the spread of the sciences in classical europe, turns out to be an anachronism if we confront certain facts from the immediately preceding periodslinear perspective)in the middle ages and the renaissance, the concept of perspectiva - the latin word for optics - encompassed many areas of enquiry that had been viewed since antiquity as interconnected, but which afterwards were separated: optics was incorporated into the field of physics (iphysical and geometrical optics), vision came to be regarded as the sum of various psycho-physiological mechanisms involved in the way the eye operates (iphysiological optics and psychology of vision) and the word 'perspective' was reserved for the mathematical representation of the external world (i

    55 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end akira kurosawa () moved with ease and mastery from the mysterious and internal to the spectacular and panoramicsee oxfam website for delivery information read moreran retells king lear as a samurai tale; throne of blood retells macbeth; hakuchi adapts fyodor dostoevsky's the idiot as a tale set in northern japanbecause of his ability to control all aspects of film production and to maintain artistic control on almost all of his projects, kurosawa was known throughout japan as "the emperorkurosawa became the first japanese director widely known in the west when his rashomon won the top prize at the venice film festival inhis film techniques and storytelling innovations have greatly influenced european and american film, particularly westerns" ranging from to the mid-s, this collection includes an interview by lillian ross, a conversation with gabriel garcĂŁ-a márquez, and a previously unpublished interview with the book's editorbert cardullo is professor of american culture and literature at ege university, in izmir, turkeyhe had a flair for fusing western literature with elements from his native kabuki theaterkurosawa was a man of all genres and all periods, bridging the traditional and the modern, the old and the new, the east and the westhe is the author of in search of cinema: selected writings on international film art and vittorio de sica: director, actor, screenwriter

    95 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end interest in the content of this book has developed out of an examination of the prompter who operated in full view of the audience and offered all the lines to the playerssee oxfam website for delivery information read moresuch a role and its function is fascinating, not only in its own right, but also in relation to how it might inform us about the nature and purpose of presented theatrethe same fascination exists in relation to roles of the narrator and the expositormany of the audience responses then were concerned with the figure of the prompter as he was seen to operate simultaneously both 'inside' and 'outside' the action of the playthe ability of such a figure to move in and out of the action, and thus different realities, characterizes a relationship to the action and the audiencein at groningen a production of the towneley second shepherds' play focused on an examination of this conventionsometimes these roles are overt ones; sometimes they 'double up' with roles of actors, personages or charactersthe purpose of this book is to investigate the nature of these roles in order to identify their influence upon the performance of medieval playsthese figures are of pivotal significance in the communication of those plays in which they operate

    40 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end originally published in , this book is concerned with the process through which the plays of euripides were transmitted across seventeen centuries and finally copied into late byzantine manuscriptssee oxfam website for delivery information read morethis is a highly informative book that will be of value to anyone with an interest in euripides and manuscript historybased upon earlier observations made by alexander turyn in the byzantine manuscript tradition of the tragedies of euripides, the text contains rigorous analysis of the euripidean manuscripts together with images from them

    15 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end this volume explores problems in the history of science at the intersection of life sciences and agriculture, from the mid-eighteenth to the mid-twentieth centurysee oxfam website for delivery information read moretaking a comparative national perspective, the book examines agricultural practices in a broad sense, including the practices and disciplines devoted to land management, forestry, soil science, and the improvement and management of crops and livestockthe life sciences considered include genetics, microbiology, ecology, entomology, forestry, and deal with us, european, russian, japanese, indonesian, chinese contextsin particular it challenges one to re-examine and take seriously the intimate connection between scientific development and the practical goals of managing and improving - perhaps even recreating - the living world to serve human endsthe book shows that the investigation of the border zone of life sciences and agriculture raises many interesting questions about how science developswithout close attention to this zone it is not possible to understand the emergence of new disciplines and transformation of old disciplines, to evaluate the role and impact of such major figures of science as humboldt and mendel, or to appreciate how much of the history of modern biology has been driven by national ambitions and imperialist expansion in competition with rival nations

    80 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end queen 12" picture disc  it's a hard life/is this the world we created? see oxfam website for delivery information read more

    12 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end beatles ep 'yesterday' re-issue gep   see oxfam website for delivery information read more

    8 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end beatles ep reissue 'beatles no1' i saw her standing there/misery/anna/chains (ex condition, despite bespoke vg listing below!!)) see oxfam website for delivery information read more

    8 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end 12" picture disc - queen a kind of magic/don't lose your head see oxfam website for delivery information read more

    20 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end lincoln gallery art editionscondition vg see oxfam website for delivery information read moreillustrated in colour and b/wtext by nicholas guppyprinted for chelsea fine arts ltd

    25 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end jonathan cape, ukprinting number see oxfam website for delivery information read moreauthor signed on title pagecondition: as newdust jacket condition:vg, unclipped

    20 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end published by grove press, incpaperback vg see oxfam website for delivery information read moretext ad-libbed by jack keouac for the film by robert frank and alfred lesliewith 51 black and white photographs of filmintroduction by jerry tallmer

    50 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end longmans, green and cosee oxfam website for delivery information read morepre-owners name to front endpapermaps and plans in colour (illustrator)condition: very good

    40 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end alexander strahansee oxfam website for delivery information read morepre-owners name to front endpaperquarter leather over marbled papercondition: fairtitle page neatly re-attached with tapecontents clean bright and unfoxedboard edges rubbed, corners bumped

    35 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end lays of a lazy dogsee oxfam website for delivery information read morevery good, very light wear considering its agebrown cloth spine over brown boards, orange black and white stampingillustrated by katharine maynadier browneboston: john luceabout 7 x 5 inchesinterpreted by d

    50 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end victor gollancz, londonsee oxfam website for delivery information read morecondition: contents vg, blue boards faded

    25 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end secker & warburgsee oxfam website for delivery information read moreendpapers tannedpages clean bright unmarkedfirst gb edition

    30 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end - Ă©crits Ă  saint hĂ©lène, par les gĂ©nĂ©raux qui ont partagĂ© sa captivitĂ©, et publiĂ©s sur des manuscrits entièrement corrigĂ©s de la main londres chez martin bossagesee oxfam website for delivery information read morefold-out maps and letterspage edges gilt, marbled boards, ribbed leather spine, gold titleboard edges sl rubbedcontents unmarked, unfoxed, exceptionally sharp black print on bright white paper

    50 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end almquist & wiksells boktryckeri, uppsalaex historic england library see oxfam website for delivery information read more

    60 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end comic original colour parody englishsee oxfam website for delivery information read moreeditions farangcondition used but goodin black and white60 pages softcover

    25 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end sing a simple song/moonage daydream - shaped and red 33 rpm single in oiginal plastic cover (seal unbroken) see oxfam website for delivery information read more

    12 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end release of recordings see oxfam website for delivery information read more

    35 €

  • oxfam books & music crouch end rolling stones nosleeve - slight tear, otherwise fair+ ('blind man' comment in sleeve notes by andrew oldham) see oxfam website for delivery information read more2 mono lk vinyl vg- some light surface noise but no sdamage across grooves

    40 €

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