Volume 86 | Number 3 | May-June 1998
A review of Consilience: The Unity of Knowledge, by Edward O. Wilson.
A review of Preventive Nutrition: The Comprehensive Guide for Health Professionals, Adrianne Bendich and Richard J. Deckelbaum, eds.
A review of Georges Cuvier, Fossil Bones, and Geological Catastrophes: New Translations & Interpretations of the Primary Texts, by Martin J. S. Rudwick.
A review of 2025: Scenarios of US and Global Society Reshaped by Science and Technology, by Joseph F. Coates, John B. Mahaffie and Andy Hines.
A review of Keeping America Sane: Psychiatry and Eugenics in the United States and Canada, 1880-1940, by Ian Robert Dowbiggin.
A review of No Other Gods: On Science and American Social Thought, revised edition, by Charles Rosenberg.
A review of Encyclopedia of Human Biology, Renato Dulbecco, editor-in-chief.
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