The Sleepwalkers


Author: Arthur Koestler

Arthur Koestler’s extraordinary history of humanity’s changing vision of the universe,,In this masterly synthesis, Arthur Koestler cuts through the sterile distinction between ‘sciences’ and ‘humanities’ to bring to life the whole history of cosmology from the Babylonians to Newton. He shows how the tragic split between science and religion arose and how, in particular, the….Read More

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