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Books received

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    Hippocrates: Vol. IX: Coan prenotions: Anatomical and minor clinical writings, edited and translated by Paul Potter. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, Loeb Classical Library, 2010, xv+397 pp., £15.95/€19.50/$24.00, HB

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    Kavanaugh, Leslie (ed.): Chrono-topologies: Hybrid spatialities and multiple temporalities. Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2010, iv+240 pp., €48/$67, PB

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    Clarke, Bruce, Hansen, Mark B.N. (eds.): Emergence and embodiment: New essays on second-order systems theory. Durham: Duke University Press, 2009, 296 pp., $23.95, PB

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    Mahajan, Sanjoy: Street-fighting mathematics: The art of educated guessing and opportunistic problem solving. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2010, xv+134 pp., $25.00, PB

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    Stockman, Norman: Antipositivist theories of the sciences: Critical rationalism, critical theory and scientific realism. Dordrecht: Springer Verlag, Series: Sociology of the Sciences—Monographs, Vol. 3, 1983, x+284 pp., €169.95, HB

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    Hilderbrand, Lukas: Inherent vice. Durham: Duke University Press, 2009, xix+320 pp., $24.95, PB

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    Shifman, M. (ed.): Felix Berezin: Life and death of the mastermind of supermathematics. New Jersey & London: World Scientific, 2007, x+243 pp., $60/£41, PB

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    Strauss, D.F.M.: Philosophy: Discipline of the disciplines. Grand Rapids: Paideia Books, 2009, x+699 pp., $15.00, PB

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    Barab, Peter: The Complementary Nature of Reality. Portland, OR: Open Way Press, 2010, ix+527 pp., $28.50/£19.99/€25.50, PB


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