The Knowledge Wars

The Knowledge Wars

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Climate scientists have warned that we need to change our behaviour in ways that may be inconvenient and threaten the commercial status quo. The result has been a polarising division in society and a sustained attack on their research.In The Knowledge Wars, Nobel prizewinner Peter Doherty makes a passionate case for citizens to become informed so they are able to evaluate the facts of any scientific debate. It provides practical advice on how to analyse research and take meaningful action.The Knowledge Wars challenges our assumptions and encourages us to take an evidence-based view of the world. There's something here to offend everybody!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 137 x 209 x 21mm | 301g
  • Melbourne University Press
  • Carlton, Australia
  • 0522862853
  • 9780522862850
  • 206,342

About Peter Doherty

Peter Doherty shared the 1996 Nobel Medicine Prize for discovering the nature of the cellular immune defense and continues to be involved in research directed at understanding and preventing the severe consequences of influenza virus infection. In addition, he goes in to bat for evidence-based reality, relating to areas as diverse as childhood vaccination, global hunger and anthropogenic climate change. In an effort to communicate more broadly, he has published four lay books, and has another in more

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