Gibelyou and Northrop, Big Ideas 1e

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In Big Ideas: A Guide to the History of Everything, Cameron Gibelyou and Doug Northrop create a novel framework for thinking about the history and future of everything. They grapple throughout the book with issues at the intersection of the natural sciences, history, literature, philosophy, religion, and the humanities in general. In nine elegantly-written chapters, they attempt to make a reasoned analysis of worldviews that underlie historical writing across many fields. In the course of their broad and deep explorations, they bring a wide range of voices to bear on fascinating questions of where everything – from the universe as a whole to any particular thing within it – came from, how it got to be the way it is today, and where things might be headed in the future.

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