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Science, Truth, and Meaning:  From Wonder to Understanding (4 Book Series)
From Book 1: Modern science and scientific method, which became our proven method of deriving useable truths about our reality in the Universe, has its roots in ancient philosophy and in the work of the great Enlightenment thinkers, such as Descartes, Hume and Locke. Philosophical enquiry has enabled us to probe possibilities limited only by the creativity of the human mind. This volume provides a concise precis of the various philosophical schools and reviews the work of many of the great Western philosophers whose thoughts shaped scientific enquiry, from Aristotle and Plato to Gödel and Popper.

This is Book One in the four-part series ‘Science, Truth, and Meaning: From Wonder to Understanding’. Combined, the four books provide a scientific view of our place in the world, and address how science defines truth, moving from the thoughts that metaphysical philosophers have had about how the world works, to how their questions have been addressed by scientific method to reveal useable truths. 
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