7 edition of Galileo"s Revenge found in the catalog.
February 1, 1993
by Basic Books
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||288|
Galileo's Revenge is a great read that is not only a page turner, but creates an intimate portrait of Renaissance Florence, from food, drink and hunting to social mores and fashion. And, of course, it includes much detail of Galileo's work and the state of science at the time/5(10). As its title suggests, the book is also a defiant gesture aimed at those who would deny empiricism. Yet this middle finger (Galileo’s actual middle finger, in fact, which Dreger stumbles across.
Peter Hubers book Galileos Revenge was critical of A. expert witnesses who testified for whatever side paid them B. judges who refused to allow scientific expert testimony C. trial consultants who worked only for rich clients D. corporations that made every effort to avoid being sued by individuals. In the Roman Inquisition concluded the trial of Galileo Galilei with a condemnation for heresy. The trial was itself the climax of a series of events which began two decades earlier (in ) and included another series of Inquisition proceedings in Besides marking the end of the controversy that defines the original episode, the condemnation of also marks the beginning of.
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Peter W. Huber shows how time and again lawyers have used—and the courts have Free shipping over $Cited by: A scathing indictment of the growing role of junk science in our courtrooms. Peter W. Huber shows how time and again lawyers have used—and the courts have accepted—spurious claims by so-called expert witnesses to win astronomical judgments that have bankrupted companies, driven doctors out of practice, and deprived us all of superior technologies and effective, life-saving : Galileo\'s Revenge documents this peculiarly American phenomenon, showing how ancient rules of evidence do not discriminate between serious science and junk.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" Law from the rule of fact, using professional \"expert\" witnesses to press unsubstantiated claims on the basis of what.
When did you write your first book and how old were you. First history book in (aged 28). First fiction – Galileo’s Revenge or, A Cure for the Itch to give the full title – finished inwhen I was much older.
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This remarkable, inspiring and unique book is a magical journey unlike any other and is. Discoveries and Opinions of Galileo, by Galileo Galilei. Translated by Stillman Drake. Straight from the horse's mouth, as the saying goes. This book is a translation of some of Galileo's writings and provides great insight into his thoughts and ideas.
He spent much of his adult life observing the heavens and making notes of what he saw. Galileo's Revenge is a great read that is not only a page turner, but creates an intimate portrait of Renaissance Florence, from food, drink and hunting to social mores and fashion.
And, of course, it includes much detail of Galileo's work and the state of science at the time/5(9). In that letter, I bemoaned Mr. Dawkins’ “failure” to address in his book, The God Delusion, two points that I regard as pivotal to a reality-based worldview: (1) that “living” and “non-living” are apparently one and the same; and (2) that “free will” is an imagined human.
BOOK NOTE GALILEO'S REVENGE: JUNK SCIENCE IN THE COURTROOM By Peter W. Huber. t New York, New York: Basic Books. $ (hard). Scientists, as expert witnesses, can aid juries greatly in their delibera- tions by explaining technical matters in terms easily comprehensible to.
Galileo Galilei has books on Goodreads with ratings. Galileo Galilei’s most popular book is Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems. Galileo’s Revenge: Or, A Cure for the Itch. Written by Christopher J T Lewis Review by Katherine Mezzacappa. Poison is quickly suspected in the sudden fatal illnesses of Francesco de’ Medici, Grand-Duke of Florence, and his duchess at Poggio a Caiano inwhere they had dined in the company of the Grand-Duke’s brother Cardinal Ferdinando, ultimately heir to the dukedom.
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Huber presents us with compelling evidence that the American judicial system is regularly failing this test, at least in one important category of modern cases.
The cases about which Huber writes are those in which “expert” witnesses use “scientific theories” to .