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Volume 89 | Number 3 | May-June 2001


In Postmodernist Territory

Brian Hayes

A review of Mathematics as Sign: Writing, Imagining, Counting, by Brian Rotman.

The 23rd Cycle, The Cichlid Fishes, and more . . .

Saving Our Kin

Colin Chapman

A review of Primate Conservation Biology, by Guy Cowlishaw and Robin Dunbar.

Reproductive Success Story

Norman Johnson

A review of Promiscuity: An Evolutionary History of Sperm Competition, by Tim Birkhead.

The Language of Physics

William Thompson

A review of Mathematical Methods for Physicists: A Concise Introduction, by Tai L. Chow and Modern Mathematical Methods for Physicists and Engineers, by Cyrus D. Cantrell.

Aping Others: The Transition to Culture

William McGrew

A review of The Ape and the Sushi Master: Cultural Reflections of a Primatologist, by Frans de Waal.

Amazing Tales of Electric Lugworms: Metabolic Physiology Reaches Out

Stephen Palumbi

A review of The Extended Organism: The Physiology of Animal-Built Structures, by J. Scott Turner.

Evolving a Future

Bobbi Low

A review of Human Natures: Genes, Cultures, and the Human Prospect, by Paul R. Ehrlich.

Entwined Endeavors

Arthur Miller

A review of Creative Collaboration, by Vera John-Steiner.


Total Records : 17


 

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