«The Light of Science», last year’s articles in a single volume

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anuari_2015_portada 

Mètode just published the 2015 Annual Review, entitled The Light of Science. This volume, consisting of 224 pages, includes the articles published in the journal’s monographs from issues 81, 82, 83 and 84. You can now read the contents in English from: «Itinerancy: Dispersal, Migration, Diaspora», «Crossroads: Where Science and Literature Meet», «The Digits of Science. Statistics as Scientific Tool» and «What is science? A Multidisciplinary Approach to Scientific Thought».

The 2015 Annual Review covers different topics, with texts dedicated to human and animal migration, meeting points between science and literature, the history of statistics and its different applications and, finally, the concept of science and scientific method.

  

nota-anuari-monografics-2014  The Light of Science consists of four monographs in English:  «Itinerancy: Dispersal, Migration, Diaspora», «Crossroads: Where Science and Literature Meet», «The Digits of Science. Statistics as Scientific Tool» and «What is science? A Multidisciplinary Approach to Scientific Thought».

  

In addition to the articles included in the monograph, The Light of Science includes three documents published last year in Mètode: «The Male Abuser’s Profile», written by Ángel Romero Martínez, Marisol Lila and Luis Moya Albiol; «Antoni de Martí Franquès and Spontaneous Generation», written by Agustí Camós; and «Distributive Justice and Evolution», written by Paula Casal. The volume opens up with a column by Esteban Morcillo, Rector of the University of Valencia.

The cover of Annual Review 2015 is a piece by Javier Palacios (Jerez de la Frontera, 1985), an artist who works with the potential of an object to become a wider concept and sprout metaphors. In the Entity series, he shows a number of objects that suggest multiple interpretations regarding two languages: descriptive and analytic realism, and geometrical abstractions; light bridges the gap. 

© Mètode 2015.

  
© Mètode 2015