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O Cérebro de Broca: A Aventura da Ciência (Biblioteca de Divulgação Científica)

O C rebro de Broca A Aventura da Ci ncia Biblioteca de Divulga o Cient fica Pre ISBNCarl Sagan writer and scientist returns from the frontier to tell us about how the world works In his delightfully down to earth style he explores and explains a mind boggling future of int

  • Title: O Cérebro de Broca: A Aventura da Ciência (Biblioteca de Divulgação Científica)
  • Author: Carl Sagan
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  • Page: 213
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Pre ISBNCarl Sagan, writer and scientist, returns from the frontier to tell us about how the world works In his delightfully down to earth style, he explores and explains a mind boggling future of intelligent robots, extraterrestrial life and its consquences, and other provocative, fascinating quandries of the future that we want to see today.

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    1. "العلم هو طريقة للتفكير أكثر مما هو مجموعة من المعارف". تقرأ هذه الحكمة مفتتحا أول فصول هذا الكتاب الرائع المكون من مجموعة من المقالات المنتقاة لعالم الفلك و الكاتب و الأديب و الإعلامي الأمريكي ذي الأصول الروسية كارل ساجان. ببساطة يقدم هذا الكتاب مادة علمية معقدة بصورة أدبية [...]

    2. مجموعة مقالات متفرقة كتبها عالم الفلك الشهير (كارل ساجان) ليمارس هوايته المفضلة في إثارة الفضول العلمي - والخيال العلمي كذلك - لدى عموم الجمهور. كتاب لطيف يدفعنا للتفكير في الكون والدنيا والماضي والمستقبل. يحتاج الإنسان بين الحين والآخر إلى قراءة كتاب علمي من هذا النوع، ولهذ [...]

    3. It's very hard to give a review and rating for the entirety of this book. From chapter to chapter it feels disjointed and varies quite a bit in both content and quality. I seem forced to review the different parts and chapters individually. The first "part" of the book, titled "Science and Human Concern" and encompassing the first four chapters, showcases Sagan's eloquent and brilliant writing especially well. In these chapters I learned new things and gained a new appreciation for Einstein's in [...]

    4. كارل ساجان، هو حتماً من أعظم كتّاب ما يعرف باﻷدب العلمي ومن أكثر الذين يكتبون على الكوزمولوجي خصوصاً بطريقة فائقة الروعة وأعزو فضل معرفتي باﻷدب العلمي عموماً والكوزمولوجي خصوصاً إلى مترجم وباحث وروائي ومصوّر ورسام مصري شاب هو طارق كامل، عندما قرأت كتابه الذي ترجمه من أعما [...]

    5. من قرأ لكارل ساجان من قبل لن يضيف له هذا الكتاب جديد, وأيضاً بسبب قدم الكتاب - نُشر في 1974 - كثير من المعلومات أصبحت قديمة, و للمفارقة ففي الوقت الذي كانت فيه تصوارات ساجان للتطور في مجال اللإتصالات والذكاء الإصطناعي متواضعة مقارنة بما تحقق الأن كانت تصوراته حول التقدم في مجال إ [...]

    6. i'm amazed that i was able to understand three quarters of this book with little or no help at all from any outside source. there were times when i had to use the dictionary or find someone on the internet who can explain physics to a near idiot in the domain; even so, i can give myself a pat on the back for this one. of course, sagan writes for the masses, and this here is not real science, but more like an introduction to it, a taste even if it's a really small one for an expert, for someone l [...]

    7. ملاحظة صغيرة:الفروض والنظريات اللي بيقدمها العلم النظري عبر السنين، لا يؤكدها أو يلغيها إلا العلم التجريبي، وبدون نتيجة إيجابية حقيقية بالتجربة لإثبات الفرضية، تبقى الفرضية – بلغة العلم – مجرد إحتمالات وشكوك، مهما كانت تبدو منطقية، رغم أنه يوجد ما يؤمن بها، ويبحث عن طريق [...]

    8. A re-read after 13 years certainly was worth the effort for at least a few chapters. Although a lot of information must be now updated considering this being a 1979 (updated) edition, this book must have been intense at that time. An entire section is dedicated to debunking "Paradoxers" which occupies more than a quarter of the book, especially on Immanuel Velikovsky's theories.Certain introductory chapters dealing with "Why Science?", "Albert Einstein" and "about the lack of public education in [...]

    9. لو كان التقييم لأفكار الكتاب فقط لأعطيته 7 درجات من عشر ، فالكتاب يتناول موضوعا طالما استهواني وهو الرؤية الفلسفية لما وراء نظريات العلم الجافة ، فنظرية مثل نظرية النسبية لايمكن في اي وضع فهمها في ضوء قوانين رياضية جافة وتجاهل الجانب الفلسفي منها والذي أثر بشكل صادم في طريقة [...]

    10. تلات نجوم عشان مش عارف اكتب ريفيو :Dدا اللي كتبته على ضهر الكتاب:"بعدَ مِثل هذه الكتب، تستطيع أن تخرج إلى الشرفة، وتتأمل القمر والنجوم بطريقةٍ مختلفة، بطريقة أكثر إدراكًا ودهشة"

    11. تقريبا لو كان الكتاب دا اول حاجة قريتها في علوم الكون والفيزياء كان هيبقى شئ مبهر بالنسبة ليا الكتاب جميل لطيف جدا والافكار والآراء فيه واضحة أظن أن أفضل سن ممكن يتقري فيه الكتاب هو مابين 11 و 16 سنة هيساهم في زيادة الشغف بشكل كبير عند أي حد في المرحلة السنية دي وبالنسبة لأي حد [...]

    12. Miscellaneous writings by Carl Sagan. I read it immediately after "Cosmos" was aired on Doordarshan (the national TV channel of India). Sagan is a great explainer - reading him will automatically engender a love for science!

    13. Museums have an inner world that the public never sees. In one of these hideaways, Carl Sagan was permitted to view the brain of Paul Broca, a surgeon who died in 1880. As Dr. Sagan looked at the cerebral remains of one of his heroes, he had this thought: “It was difficult to hold Broca’s brain without wondering whether in some sense Broca was still in there.”Sagan wondered at a possible future where technology would allow us to download Broca’s memories. And then he wrote something that [...]

    14. I've been on a Sagan kick, but this was a tough read to get through. The book is a little technical, but even more tedious in sections, discussing in depth discoveries of the 1950s and 1960s. The best parts of the book require a grasping understand of the nature of present day astronomy to compare and contrast with what Sagan thinks will occur. Ever the optimist, it is a little disappointing to realize that we have not come close to the explorations that Sagan envisioned in the late 1970s. Some [...]

    15. Lectura interesante donde Sagan toca temas que normalmente pasa por alto sin ponerles tanta importancia. desde cuestiones de las antiguas civilizaciones experimentando encuentros con seres de otros planetas hasta controversias como los poderes mentales.Sin embargo toto el libro es de buscarle 3 pies al gato hacinedolo cansado en ocasiones. Y sin bien es cierto que en la ciencia siempre debe ser cuestionado todo, su necedad llama mucho la atención. por otro lado, es lo mas cercano que estaré de [...]

    16. It took me a lot more time than I expected, mainly because I kept checking for update information about most of the interesting topics. I still love Carl Sagan's writing though.

    17. The science and mathematics text books that were used at my school time all started off with a little pledge that set out to instill in the young minds a scientific spirit. It spoke of endless curiosity, an investigative spirit and the willingness to observe and rework. I don’t remember the words nor the structure but I can remember looking at those pages in something like fondness for they were the only islands of difference in an otherwise droll sea of studies. The essays in Sagan’s book a [...]

    18. Carl Sagan instigates within me a deep will to know, to leave the myths that might reduce me to lurk in the shadows of deep-seated ignorance. I've read many of his books so far and they have all inspired me, they all served a specific purpose.This book followed the premise of all of the others and made me, in essence a better, wiser person.

    19. amazing 1 ;)بس هو يدروخ الواحد ممكن عشان انا مش مهتمة ببعض المواضيع اللي بيتلكلم عنها بعض الفصول في الكتاب اكتر حاجة شدتني فصل اينشتاين والاخير خالص الكون وربطه بميلاد الاجنة والعقائد الدينية بقالي سنة بقراه

    20. انتهيت من قراءة كتاب رومانسية العلم - كارل ساغان وكالعاده أبهرنى وعلمنى ، الكتاب مجموعة من مقالاته الرائعة فى مجالات متعدده

    21. One of the best books of all time. If this doesn't make you think (and wonder), your brain needs a jump start! Sagan is one of my all-time favorite human beings!

    22. This is one of Sagan's most eclectic works, covering a wide range of topics from Albert Einstein's political views and involvement to the hesitated acceptance of new scientific discoveries (the theory of relativity was repressed by Nazi Germany), the origins of life, and even the nomenclature of planets, craters and asteroids. This is really not a single book but five books in one package. Each major topic can be read independently. Sagan reveals early on in the book that the gist of this book c [...]

    23. Carl Sagan could have been the most favourite science teacher I never had. The way he advocated the wonders and romances of science, it would have been extremely difficult for any of his students to opt for anything other than a deeper study of matter, the world and the universe. In his scientific discourse he never hesitated to interject his social, political and historical remarks, without fearing any controversies, and that made him one of the intrepid science exponents of all time. Broca's B [...]

    24. As a fan of Carl Sagan, this book is principally interesting because it appeared just before he "went viral" with his famous book Cosmos and the widely viewed TV series based on it. In Broca's Brain Sagan is at a transition between practicing scientist and the near-mythical popular science advocate he was about to become. Much of the science is dated—it's current to about 1975 or so—yet it is historically interesting to those tracking scientific development. And the chapter on "robots" is si [...]

    25. Carl Sagan is science's poet. I might read Broca's Brain a few times more just to immerse into his almost idyllic prose, not to mention that Carl Sagan has, in a masterful style, tackled a very difficult beast in this book, that of convincing the reader of what makes science tick.Science is a human endeavor, and so is susceptible to all the follies of our nature that plague our worldly pursuits. What makes science special is the very human agreement between its practitioners of putting evidence [...]

    26. Otra colección de ensayos científicos diseñados por Sagan para ser comprendidos por un amplio público. Los artículos son algo antiguos, así que hay pocas sorpresas y los artículos se ven ahora algo ligeros y hasta superficiales. Sin embargo, es notable la pasión en la ciencia, el conocimiento y en la honradez del método que se ven claramente por detrás. Dos temas, sin embargo, que vale la pena subrayar:Por un lado, la posición de Sagan que los científicos no debieran ignorar ni subes [...]

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