1 edition of Book of the Microcosm. found in the catalog.
Book of the Microcosm.
|Other titles||The Microcosm.|
|Statement||Ed. by Dorothy Una Ratcliffe.|
|Contributions||Ratcliffe, Dorothy Una, 1891-1967, ed.|
|LC Classifications||PR1149 .M5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||28006698|
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coli and the New Science of Life"/5. Not being a TECHIE, which means that I teach Philosophy, Gilder's "The Meaning of the Microcosm" offered me a great insight into what is going on in the world of the COMPUTER.
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