A CRITIQUE OF PURE SCIENCE
This book contains two works by Don Robertson.
A CRITIQUE OF PURE SCIENCE, written in 2008, is a
concise study of our modern belief in science that
permits us to interpret science as a source of
The specific topic of the work addresses the
necessary checkpoints and the logical approach
required to properly make any critique of science.
The work is at times humorous and intended to be
read by the general public, scientists, social
theorists, would-be, and conscientious students of
The second work, a ten-page short story is entitled,
I THINK I SAW A BLUEBIRD. Written in 1999, it is a
humorous look at life set in Northern Maine's
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