Issue 65: January 2017


Pantaneto Introductory Physics Series  Seven titles in this series have just become available and can be ordered direct from the publishers here


The proceedings of the Fourth Science Matters Conference, which we reported in Issue 53, January 2014, have been published by Pantaneto Press. The print version is priced at £30, but for direct orders we are offering a 20% discount plus postage.


Mindboggling: Preliminaries to a science of the mind   by Roy Harris.  Do you have a mind?  Answers to this question have divided Western thinkers for centuries, and still do.  Mindboggling sets out to identify a nucleus of basic issues about the mind, and present the main arguments for and against in each case.  Targeted to a lay readership, each chapter discusses a different theory, myth or idea about the mind.  Anticipate wails from theorists whose theories have been given short shrift.  Mindboggling is available from Amazon (including Kindle), from Bookshops or direct from Publishers. 


Science on Television by Bienvenido León.  

The book is a clear and systematic guide to the narrative and rhetorical techniques used by science documentary filmmakers. The book is priced at £18.50, but for direct orders we are offering a 20% discount.  The book is also available on Amazon Kindle.


Motivating Science is a collection of articles from the first five years of The Pantaneto Forum.  We are offering a 20% discount for direct orders.  The book is also available on Amazon Kindle.


ISSN 1741-1572



Teaching Research Ethics Better: Focus on Excellent Science, Not Bad Scientists, Mark Yarborough.


Should we use philosophy to teach clinical communication skills? Berna Gerber.


Space and Anthropology of Limit: A Philosophical Perspective, Alberto Pirni.


The multitemporality of life: an analysis from Philosophy of Biology, Constanza Rendon, Nahuel Pallitto and Guillermo Folguera.



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