Good. Publisher: Columbia Univ Pr Date of Publication: 1970 Binding: Hard Cover Edition: 1st Print Condition: Good/Good Description: Octavo 0231031815 good hardcover in good dustjacket, scrape on leading edge, crease on front endpaper and first few pages, no markings, An examination of science and the impact of scientific knowledge on in human life and civilization. SE508392.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Blue cloth with gilt title to spine. Light shelf wear to boards, jacket has some edge wear, chipping, and rubbing to the rear panel. Binding tight, clean copy. Professor Dubos (Environmental Biomedicine at Rockefeller University) discusses man's attitude toward science and the role played by scientific knowledge in human life and the development of civilization. Dubos won the Pulitzer Prize in 1969 for So Human an Animal. 280 pages with Selected Bibliography and Index.
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