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Thu Oct 16 18:00:23 2014 UTClccn-n822552380.00Heller, Michael : [photography bio file]0.661.00Perishable Press Limited collection,88841032Michał_Hellern 82255238154235Heller, M.Heller, M. 1936-Heller, M. (Michał)Heller, Michael.Heller, Michael 1936-Heller, Michael 1939-Heller, Michał 1936-...Heller, Michel.Хеллер, М 1936-Хеллер, М. (Михаил), 1936-lccn-nb2007004044Szczerbińska-Polak, Małgorzatalccn-n86039104Woodin, W. Hughedtlccn-n77004416Coyne, George V.lccn-n87832979Kemp, Kenneth, zuzanna maslankaKieroń, Zuzanna Maślankalccn-n82255239Życiński, Józef(1948-2011)np-olearius, gottfridusOlearius, Gottfridusdtelccn-no2001043051Mączka, Januszlccn-no2005046756SpringerLink (Online service)np-olearius, johannesOlearius, JohannesdteHeller, MichaelHistoryBiographyDiariesPersonal narrativesUnited StatesPoets, AmericanHeller, Michael,JewsReligion and scienceScience--MethodologyRationalismScience--PhilosophyMathematics--PhilosophySpace and timeInfiniteCosmologyPhysics--Religious aspects--ChristianityPhilosophy of naturePhilosophy and scienceBelgiumAstronomersLemaître, Georges,PhilosophyScienceAstronomyTravel--PhilosophyHeller, MichałVoyages around the worldAustriaExecutions (Law)Mathematical physics--PhilosophyPhysics--PhilosophyVas Dias, RobertLaughlin, James,Lewis, Harry,Blackburn, PaulEconomou, GeorgeOlson, TobyWakoski, DianeDuncan, Robert,Sorrentino, GilbertOppen, GeorgeCreeley, Robert,Williams, Martin,Russell, NormanCunningham, J. V.--(James Vincent),Taggart, John,Schwerner, ArmandCanadaWieners, John,Silliman, Ronald,Davidson, Michael,Carruth, Hayden,Kostelanetz, Richard19361965197119741976197719801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014872244389113B833ocn832141253ocn836565834ocn837091395ocn836883046ocn836565874ocn837784847ocn836561430ocn837795050ocn837638476ocn836694745ocn084320979ocn314092630ocn813624554ocn320303809ocn804959625ocn8826155031146ocn036845118book19960.56Heller, MichałThe New physics and a new theology+-+24296531753246512ocn726825501file20110.70Heller, MichałPhilosophy in science an historical introductionHistory+-+7952267918495ocn723945767com20110.74Heller, MichałInfinity : new research frontiersHistoryA dozen world-renowned researchers explore the concept of infinity through the prism of mathematics and beyond+-+8238552566401ocn320471637book20090.84Heller, MichałTwo novellas : Marble snows & The study+-+3982335345366ocn312456722book19960.53Heller, MichałTelearbeit - die anspruchsgruppenorientierte Betrachtung einer flexiblen Beschäftigungsform275ocn664716012com20090.66Coyne, George VUn universo comprensibile interazione tra scienza e teologiaHistory+-+6628652933324172ocn046199465book19910.53Heller, MichałPostural dynamics and social status169ocn248787889book19020.82Heller, MichałDie österreichische Exekutionsordnung in ihrer praktischen Anwendung : dargestellt an Beispielen von Eingaben, Protokollen, Beschlüssen und Klagen146ocn075481316book19930.56Heller, MichałAuslegungskriterien für wasserdampfgekühlte Solarturmanlagen125ocn260138028book19860.88Heller, MichałQuestions to the universe : ten lectures on the foundations of physics and cosmology113ocn868951111file20130.86Between philosophy and science115ocn069639536book19800.47Heller, MichałZagadnienia filozoficzne współczesnej nauki : wstęp do filozofii przyrody102ocn190790626book20050.74Heller, MichałSome mathematical physics for philosophers76ocn073111719book19270.26Heller, MichałGesetze und Verordnungen anlässlich des Brandes des Justizpalastes in Wien74ocn750099861book20060.93Heller, MichałFilozofia i wszechświat : wybór pism75ocn749774605book20020.66Heller, MichałSens życia i sens Wszechświata : studia z teologii współczesnej74ocn069308204book20060.47Heller, MichałPodróże z filozofią w tleDiariesPersonal narratives73ocn756985935book19810.82Raine, Derek JThe science of space-time64ocn850821716book20080.70Coyne, George VA comprehensible universe the interplay of science and theologyHistoryWhy is our world comprehensible? This question seems so trivial that few people have dared to ask it. In this book we explore the deep roots of the mystery of rationality. The inquiry into the rationality of the world began over two-and-a-half-thousand years ago, when a few courageous people tried to understand the world with the help of reason alone, rejecting the comforting fabric of myth and legend. After many philosophical and theological adventures the Greek concept of rationality laid the foundations of a revolutionary way of thinking: the scientific method, which transformed the world. But looking at the newest fruits of the world's rationality - relativity theory, quantum mechanics, the unification of physics, quantum gravity - the question arises: what are the limits of the scientific method? The principal tenet of rationality is that you should never stop asking questions until everything has been answered ... "A Comprehensible Universe is a thoughtful book by two authors who have professional expertise in physics and astronomy and also in theology. They are exceptionally well informed about the history of the relation between science and theology, and they maintain throughout their discussion a respect for empirical evidence and a dedication to rationality. Even though I do not agree with all of their conclusions on matters of great complexity I am impressed by the fairness of their argumentation." Abner Shimony, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and Physics, Boston University+-+497122590864ocn476670811book19850.93Godart, OCosmology of LemaîtreHistoryBiography11ocn760083501art19980.10Heller, Michael: cardiovascular researchBiographyDirectories11ocn849527197mix1.00Taggart, JohnJohn Taggart PapersCorrespondence and/or manuscripts relating to Maps by Paul Blackburn, George F. Butterick, Cid Corman, Robert Creeley, Robert Duncan, Theodore Enslin, Clayton Eshleman, Kathleen Fraser, Barbara Guest, Toby Olson, Steven Osterlund, Gary Snyder, Robert Vas Dias, Jonathan Williams, and others11ocn122573390mix1.00Perishable Press LimitedPerishable Press Limited collectionCorrespondence with authors, poets, typesetters, binders, papermakers, and other businesses; drafts, manuscripts, typescripts, proofs, dummies, and galleys of materials submitted to and rejected or published by The Perishable Press Ltd. Correspondents include Jane Augustine, Leonard Baskin, Jack Beal, Paul Blackburn, Robert Creeley, J. V. Cunningham, Harry Duncan, Robert Duncan, George Economou, Loren Eiseley, Mitchell Goodman, Donald Hall, Walter Hall, Sam Hamond, Michael Heller, William Heyen, David Kherdian, Galway Kinnell, Elizabeth Kner, Ellen Lanyon, James Laughlin, Denise Levertov, Harry Lewis, Robert Lowell, Khatchik Minasian, Toby Olson, George Oppen, Joel Oppenheimer, Rochell Owens, Harry Mark Petrakis, Jerome Rothenberg, Norman Russell, Armand Schwerner, William DeWitt Snodgrass, Gary Snyder, Gilbert Sorrentino, William Edgar Stafford, Christopher Stephens, Louis Szathmary II, W. Thomas Taylor, Robert Vas Dias, Diane Wakoski, Keith Waldrop, Rosmarie Waldrop, John Wieners. Included are personal diaries of Walter S. Hamady, as well as personal correspondence and materials about exhibits of his art work, and some files relating to his teaching career as a professor of art at the University of Wisconsin in Madison11ocn872128682file20000.47Heller, MichaelLiving root a memoirBiography11ocn082028109mixHeller, MichałHeller, Michael : [photography bio file]01ocn122598299mixTaggart, JohnCorrespondence and/or manuscripts relating to Maps by Paul Blackburn, George F. Butterick, Cid Corman, Robert Creeley, Robert Duncan, Theodore Enslin, Clayton Eshleman, Kathleen Fraser, Barbara Guest, Toby Olson, Steven Osterlund, Gary Snyder, Robert Vas Dias, Jonathan Williams, and others+-+2429653175324+-+2429653175324Thu Oct 16 15:44:29 EDT 2014batch20897