The Tao of Science: An Essay on Western Knowledge and Eastern Wisdom
MIT Press, 1957 - 180 pages
Siu applies Oriental philosophy to the problems of Western executives and program directors.
Science speeds on unabashed 2 Historical forces behind modern science 3 Specialists and research teams
Basic research SCIENTIFIC METHOD
Uncertainty of scientific knowledge
Logic fallacy paradox common sense
Why quibble over words?
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