Series: Studies In Literature And Science

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The Artificial Paradise: Science Fiction and American Reality (Studies in Literature and Science) by Sharona E. Ben-Tov
A Blessed Rage for Order: Deconstruction, Evolution, and Chaos (Studies in Literature and Science) by Alexander J. Argyros
Conversations on Science, Culture, and Time: Michel Serres with Bruno Latour by Michel Serres
Embodying Technesis: Technology beyond Writing (Studies in Literature and Science) by Mark B.N. Hansen
Genèse by Michel Serres
The Knowable and the Unknowable: Modern Science, Nonclassical Thought, and the "Two Cultures" (Studies in Literature and Science) by Arkady Plotnitsky
Mapping Michel Serres (Studies in Literature and Science) by Niran Abbas
The Meaning of Consciousness (Studies in Literature and Science) by Andrew Lohrey
The Natural Contract by Michel Serres
Networking: Communicating with Bodies and Machines in the Nineteenth Century (Studies in Literature and Science) by Laura Otis
Of Two Minds: Hypertext Pedagogy and Poetics (Studies in Literature and Science) by Michael Thomas Joyce
Othermindedness: The Emergence of Network Culture (Studies in Literature and Science) by Michael Thomas Joyce
Rethinking Reality: Lucretius and the Textualization of Nature (Studies in Literature and Science) by Duncan F. Kennedy
Simplicity and Complexity : Pondering Literature, Science, and Painting by Floyd Merrell
The Troubadour of Knowledge by Michel Serres

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