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New chapters in the warfare of science

by Andrew Dickson White

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Published by Appleton in New York .
Written in English


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Science in Warfare The quest for a science of war can be traced back to antiquity. The first century AD Roman author Frontinus, who wrote in Latin but used the odd Greek word (such as ‘strategy’) when no Latin word existed, wrote about the science of war — rei militaris scientia In the Middle Ages, the author(s) of the Book of the File Size: KB. The Warfare Of Science With Theology Andrew White. Introduction by Andrew White. and then into a little book called The Warfare of Science, for which, when republished in England, and from time to time published New Chapters in the rene as mag of Science magazine articles in The Popular Science Monthly. This was done under many.

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New wars is a term advanced by British academic Mary Kaldor to characterize warfare in the post-Cold War era. This form of warfare is characterized by: violence between varying combinations of state and non-state networks; fighting in the name of identity politics as opposed to ideology; attempts to achieve political, rather than physical, control of the population through fear and terror. War with the Newts (Válka s mloky in the original Czech), also translated as War with the Salamanders, is a satirical science fiction novel by Czech author Karel concerns the discovery in the Pacific of a sea-dwelling race, an intelligent breed of newts, who are initially enslaved and acquire human knowledge and rebel, leading to a global war for : Karel Čapek.


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The Art of War is an ancient Chinese military treatise dating from the Late Spring and Autumn Period (roughly 5th century BC).

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