Volume 88 | Number 1 | January-February 2000
A review of Reason for Hope: A Spiritual Journey, by Jane Goodall.
A review of Einstein and Religion: Physics and Theology, by Max Jammer.
A review of The Science of Self-Report: Implications for Research and Practice, edited by Arthur A. Stone and Jaylan S. Turkkan.
A review of Entering Space: Creating a Space-faring Civilization, by Robert Zubrin.
A review of Has Feminism Changed Science?, by Londa Schiebinger.
A review of Crying: The Natural and Cultural History of Tears, by Tom Lutz.
A review of Thoreau's Country: Journey Through a Transformed Landscape, by David R. Foster and The Hidden Forest: The Biography of an Ecosystem, by Jon R. Luoma.
A review of Carl Sagan: A Life, by Keay Davidson and Carl Sagan: A Life in the Cosmos, by William Poundstone.
A review of Legal Alchemy: The Use and Misuse of Science in the Law, by David L. Faigman.
A review of The Languages of Addiction, edited by Jane Lilienfeld and Jeffrey Oxford.
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