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"Edited by Kris Rutten, Stefaan Blancke, and Ronald Soetaert, Perspectives on Science and Culture explores the intersection between scientific understanding and cultural representation from an interdisciplinary perspective. Contributors to the volume analyze representations of science and scientific discourse from the perspectives of rhetorical criticism, comparative cultural studies, narratology, educational studies, discourse analysis, naturalized epistemology, and the cognitive sciences. The main objective of the volume is to explore how particular cognitive predispositions and cultural representations both shape and distort the public debate about scientific controversies, the teaching and learning of science, and the development of science itself.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright Page
  2. pp. i-iv
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. v-vi
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  1. Acknowledgments
  2. p. vii
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  1. Introduction: Perspectives on Science and Culture
  2. pp. ix-xxiv
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  1. Part 1: Narrative and Rhetorical Perspectives
  1. 1 Experiencing Nature through Cable Television
  2. David J. Tietge
  3. pp. 3-18
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  1. 2 Steven Pinker and the Scientific Sublime: How a New Category of Experience Transformed Popular Science
  2. Alan G. Gross
  3. pp. 19-38
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  1. 3 Architectonic Discourses and Their Extremisms
  2. Barry Brummett
  3. pp. 39-52
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  1. 4 Science and the Idea of Culture
  2. Richard van Oort
  3. pp. 53-66
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  1. 5 A Rhetorical Analysis of the Two Cultures in Literary Fiction
  2. Ronald Soetaert, Kris Rutten
  3. pp. 67-88
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  1. 6 The Missing Link and Human Origins: Understanding an Evolutionary Icon
  2. Peter C. Kjærgaard
  3. pp. 89-106
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  1. Part 2: Cognitive Perspectives
  1. 7 Suspicion toward Science and the Role of Automatic Intuitions about Origins
  2. Elisa Järnefelt
  3. pp. 109-130
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  1. 8 Bridging the Gap: From Intuitive to Scientific Reasoning—The Case of Evolution
  2. E. Margaret Evans
  3. pp. 131-148
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  1. 9 Missing Links: How Cladograms Reify Common Evolutionary Misconceptions
  2. Andrew Shtulman
  3. pp. 149-170
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  1. 10 Representations of the Origin of Species in Secular (France) and Religious (Morocco) Contexts
  2. Dominique Guillo
  3. pp. 171-192
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  1. Part 3: Epistemological Perspectives
  1. 11 Updating Evolutionary Epistemology
  2. Christophe Heintz
  3. pp. 195-222
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  1. 12 Intuitions in Science Education and the Public Understanding of Science
  2. Stefaan Blancke, Koen B. Tanghe, Johan Braeckman
  3. pp. 223-242
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  1. 13 Vindicating Science—By Bringing It Down
  2. Maarten Boudry, Massimo Pigliucci
  3. pp. 243-258
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  1. Part 4: Thematic Bibliography
  1. Thematic Bibliography of Publications on Different Perspectives on Science and Culture
  2. pp. 261-270
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 271-284
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Additional Information

ISBN
9781557538215
MARC Record
OCLC
1111385432
Pages
300
Launched on MUSE
2019-08-21
Language
English
Open Access
Yes
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