The Resource Science under siege : defending science, exposing pseudoscience, edited by Kendrick Frazier

Science under siege : defending science, exposing pseudoscience, edited by Kendrick Frazier

Label
Science under siege : defending science, exposing pseudoscience
Title
Science under siege
Title remainder
defending science, exposing pseudoscience
Statement of responsibility
edited by Kendrick Frazier
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/collectionName
Skeptical inquirer
Dewey number
500
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
Q173
LC item number
.S4265 2009
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Frazier, Kendrick
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Science
  • Pseudoscience
Label
Science under siege : defending science, exposing pseudoscience, edited by Kendrick Frazier
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Collection of recent articles from Skeptical inquirer
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 368-370)
Contents
  • Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan
  • Can the sciences help us to make wise ethical judgments?
  • Paul Kurtz
  • Science wars : science and the Bush Administration
  • Chris Mooney
  • Do extraordinary claims really require extraordinary evidence?
  • Massimo Pigliucci
  • The fallacy of misplaced rationalism
  • Robert Sheaffer
  • Critical inquiry and public controversies.
  • Science and skeptical inquiry.
  • "We find that intelligent design is not science" : excerpts from the Dover Federal Court ruling on intelligent design
  • John E. Jones III ; introduction by Kendrick Frazier
  • The "vise strategy" undone : Kitzmiller et al. v. Dover Area School District
  • Barbara Forrest
  • Four common myths about evolution
  • Charles Sullivan and Cameron McPherson Smith
  • Only a theory? Framing the evolution/creation issue
  • David Morrison
  • Is intelligent design creationism?
  • Massimo Pigliucci
  • Science and the public : summing up thirty years of the Skeptical inquirer
  • The memory wars
  • Martin Gardner
  • AIDS denialism vs. science
  • Nicoli Nattrass
  • Global climate change triggered by global warming
  • Stuart D. Jordan
  • The global warming debate : science and scientists in a democracy
  • Stuart D. Jordan
  • A skeptical look at September 11th : how we can defeat terrorism by reacting to it more rationally
  • Clark R. Chapman and Alan W. Harris
  • Paul Kurtz
  • Strong response to terrorism not necessarily a symptom of fallacious statistical reasoning or human cognitive limitations
  • Steven Pinker
  • The anti-vaccination movement
  • Steven Novella
  • Vaccine safety : vaccines are one of public health's great accomplishments
  • Richard G. Judelsohn
  • Warning : animal extremists are dangerous to your health
  • P. Michael Conn and James V. Parker
  • Predator panic : a closer look
  • Benjamin Radford
  • In defense of the higher values
  • The case for decentralized generation of electricity
  • Thomas R. Casten and Brennan Downes
  • Understanding pseudoscience, investigating claims.
  • The philosophy behind pseudoscience
  • Mario Bunge
  • The Columbia University "miracle" study : flawed and fraud : supplemented with Third strike for Columbia University Prayer Study : author plagiarism
  • Bruce Flamm
  • Anomalous cognition : a meeting of the minds
  • Amir Raz
  • Anomalous cognition? : a second perspective
  • Kendrick Frazier
  • Ray Hyman
  • The PEAR proposition : fact or fallacy? : supplemented with PEAR lab closes, ending decades of psychic research
  • Stanley Jeffers
  • Gary Schwartz/s energy healing experiments : the emperor's new clothes?
  • Harriet Hall
  • Testing Natasha
  • Ray Hyman
  • "Dr." Bearden's vacuum theory
  • Martin Gardner
  • Lessons of the "fake moon flight" myth
  • Ann Druyan talks about science, religion, wonder, awe-- and Carl Sagan
  • James Oberg
  • Magnet therapy : a billion-dollar boondoggle
  • Bruce L. Flamm
  • Oxygen is good-- even when it's not there
  • Harriet A. Hall
  • Undercover among the spirits : investigating Camp Chesterfield
  • Joe Nichell
  • How to "haunt" a house
  • Benjamin Radford
  • The devious art of improvising, Lessons one and two
  • Ann Druyan
  • Massimo Polidoro
  • A patently false myth-- still!
  • Samuel Sass
  • Carl Sagan's last Q&A on science and skeptical inquiry supplemented with Ann Druyan's "The great turning away"
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
370 p.
Isbn
9781591027157
Lccn
2009005800
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • 3770898-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)3770898
  • (Sirsi) i9781591027157
Label
Science under siege : defending science, exposing pseudoscience, edited by Kendrick Frazier
Publication
Note
Collection of recent articles from Skeptical inquirer
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 368-370)
Contents
  • Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan
  • Can the sciences help us to make wise ethical judgments?
  • Paul Kurtz
  • Science wars : science and the Bush Administration
  • Chris Mooney
  • Do extraordinary claims really require extraordinary evidence?
  • Massimo Pigliucci
  • The fallacy of misplaced rationalism
  • Robert Sheaffer
  • Critical inquiry and public controversies.
  • Science and skeptical inquiry.
  • "We find that intelligent design is not science" : excerpts from the Dover Federal Court ruling on intelligent design
  • John E. Jones III ; introduction by Kendrick Frazier
  • The "vise strategy" undone : Kitzmiller et al. v. Dover Area School District
  • Barbara Forrest
  • Four common myths about evolution
  • Charles Sullivan and Cameron McPherson Smith
  • Only a theory? Framing the evolution/creation issue
  • David Morrison
  • Is intelligent design creationism?
  • Massimo Pigliucci
  • Science and the public : summing up thirty years of the Skeptical inquirer
  • The memory wars
  • Martin Gardner
  • AIDS denialism vs. science
  • Nicoli Nattrass
  • Global climate change triggered by global warming
  • Stuart D. Jordan
  • The global warming debate : science and scientists in a democracy
  • Stuart D. Jordan
  • A skeptical look at September 11th : how we can defeat terrorism by reacting to it more rationally
  • Clark R. Chapman and Alan W. Harris
  • Paul Kurtz
  • Strong response to terrorism not necessarily a symptom of fallacious statistical reasoning or human cognitive limitations
  • Steven Pinker
  • The anti-vaccination movement
  • Steven Novella
  • Vaccine safety : vaccines are one of public health's great accomplishments
  • Richard G. Judelsohn
  • Warning : animal extremists are dangerous to your health
  • P. Michael Conn and James V. Parker
  • Predator panic : a closer look
  • Benjamin Radford
  • In defense of the higher values
  • The case for decentralized generation of electricity
  • Thomas R. Casten and Brennan Downes
  • Understanding pseudoscience, investigating claims.
  • The philosophy behind pseudoscience
  • Mario Bunge
  • The Columbia University "miracle" study : flawed and fraud : supplemented with Third strike for Columbia University Prayer Study : author plagiarism
  • Bruce Flamm
  • Anomalous cognition : a meeting of the minds
  • Amir Raz
  • Anomalous cognition? : a second perspective
  • Kendrick Frazier
  • Ray Hyman
  • The PEAR proposition : fact or fallacy? : supplemented with PEAR lab closes, ending decades of psychic research
  • Stanley Jeffers
  • Gary Schwartz/s energy healing experiments : the emperor's new clothes?
  • Harriet Hall
  • Testing Natasha
  • Ray Hyman
  • "Dr." Bearden's vacuum theory
  • Martin Gardner
  • Lessons of the "fake moon flight" myth
  • Ann Druyan talks about science, religion, wonder, awe-- and Carl Sagan
  • James Oberg
  • Magnet therapy : a billion-dollar boondoggle
  • Bruce L. Flamm
  • Oxygen is good-- even when it's not there
  • Harriet A. Hall
  • Undercover among the spirits : investigating Camp Chesterfield
  • Joe Nichell
  • How to "haunt" a house
  • Benjamin Radford
  • The devious art of improvising, Lessons one and two
  • Ann Druyan
  • Massimo Polidoro
  • A patently false myth-- still!
  • Samuel Sass
  • Carl Sagan's last Q&A on science and skeptical inquiry supplemented with Ann Druyan's "The great turning away"
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
370 p.
Isbn
9781591027157
Lccn
2009005800
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • 3770898-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)3770898
  • (Sirsi) i9781591027157

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