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James H. Jeans • 14 Books
The New Background of Science (1933)
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Published Reviews
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    Science and Reality (Review)
    The New Background of Science, by James Jeans
    1. The New Background of Science by James Jeans
    The Nation, July 19, 1933, p. 81
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    The New St. Paul (Review)
    The New Background of Science, by James Jeans
    1. The New Background of Science by James Jeans
    The Saturday Review, June 17, 1933, p. 653
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    Book Notes (3 Reviews)
    Science
    1. The Science of Human Reproduction by H.M. Parshley
    2. The New Background of Science by James Jeans
    3. Science in the Changing World by Mary Adams
    The New Republic, August 9, 1933, p. 350
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    Eddington, Jeans and Sullivan (3 Reviews)
    The Expanding Universe, by Arthur Eddington
    1. The Expanding Universe by Arthur Eddington
    2. The New Background of Science by James Jeans
    3. The Limitations of Science by J.W.N. Sullivan
    Scrutiny, December 1933, pp. 323-325
  5. The Library
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    Science vs. Religion (6 Reviews)
    Where Is Science Going?, by Max Planck
    1. Where Is Science Going? by Max Planck
    2. The New Background of Science by James Jeans
    3. The Logic of Science by William G. Ballantine
    4. The Universe and Life by H.S. Jennings
    5. Scientific Theory and Religion by Ernest William Barnes
    6. The Natural Sciences by Bernhard Bavink
    The American Mercury, November 1933, pp. 379-380
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    In the Realm of Books (8 Reviews)
    Lake of Fire, by Lionel Houser
    1. Lake of Fire by Lionel Houser
    2. Full Circle by John Collier
    3. Man's Mortality by Michael Arlen
    4. The Green Scamander by Maude Meagher
    5. The Expanding Universe by Arthur Eddington
    6. The New Background of Science by James Jeans
    7. Major Mysteries of Science by H. Gordon Garbedian
    8. When Worlds Collide by Philip Wylie and Edwin Balmer
    Amazing Science Fiction Stories, October 1933, pp. 616-618