Are We Alone?: Philosophical Implications of the Discovery of Extraterrestrial Life

Davies, Paul

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Éditeur
Basic Books
Pages
176
Parution
juin 1996
Format
Livre broché
Langue
Anglais
Dimensions
204 × 135 × 11 cm
EAN
9780465004195
  • Résumé

Scientists and governments are actively searching for signs of life in the universe. Will their efforts meet with success? Award-winning author Paul Davies, an eminent scientist who writes with the flair of a science fiction writer, explores the ramifications that the discovery of extraterrestrial life would have for our science, our religions, and our worldview in general.
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