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* "Penguin Dictionary of Sociology, 3rd ed."
* "Competitive Systems: A Sociological View"
* "How the Immune System Works and why it causes Autoimmune Diseases"
* "Editorial: What price progress"
* "Free Market Environmentalism"
* "Accounting for Management Decisions" 2nd. ed.
* "Risikogesellschaft: Auf dem Weg in eine andere Moderne", "Risk society: towards a new modernity"
* "Small is stupid, blowing the whistle on the Greens"
* "Common Property Resources, Ecology and Community Based Development"
* "Collins dictionary of mathematics, 2nd ed."
* "Analysis of the Heavy Chain Repertoire of Human Peripheral B Cells Using Single-Cell Polymerase Chain Reaction"
* "Why Marx's Theory is Superior to the Marginalist Theory of Value: The Case for Modern Financial Reporting"
* "The Hamlyn guide to Birds of Britain and Europe"
* "Grace abounding to the chief of sinners"
* "Teach Yourself Economics" 3rd. ed.
* "An introduction to quarks and partons"
* "Ecological Economics."
* "Lexical semantics", Cambridge textbooks in linguistics
* "Penguin dictionary of literary terms and literary theory, 3rd ed."
* "Elements of Environmental Macroeconomics"
* "For the common good"
* "Quantum mechanics"
* "Costing: an Introduction" 2nd. ed.
* "Complexity and Rationality in Public Life"
* "The Good Society versus the State: Freedom and Necessity in Political Innovation"
* "Political and Ecological Communication"
* "Doing cultural studies: the story of the Sony Walkman"
* "Ricerca della lingua perfetta nella cultura europea", trans. "The search for the perfect language"
* "Failures of the System of National Accounts"
* "Real-Life Economics."
* "The Environment as Capital"
* "Depletion of Natural Resources"
* "Environmental and Natural Resource Accounting."
* "Guide to the use of books and libraries, 4th ed."
* "The Entropy Law and the Economic Process"
* "Energy Analysis and Economic Valuation"
* "Immunology: A Synthesis", 2nd. ed.
* "Accounting for the Environment"
* "Accounting and Accountability"
* "Theorie des kommunikativen Handelns", trans. "The theory of communicative action: vol 2, lifeworld and system, a critique of functionalist reason"
* "Representation: cultural representations and signifying practices"
* "Clean Air Strategy Fails to Tackle Traffic"
* "DEH313 Principles of social and educational research, block 1"
* "Social research: philosophy, politics and practice"
* "Accounting in Ecological Systems"
* "The Tragedy of the Commons"
* "Structuralism and semiotics"
* "Value and Capital"
* "Godel, Escher, Bach: an eternal golden braid"
* "Correcting National Income for Environmental Losses: A Practical Solution for a Theoretical Dilemma"
* "Estimating Sustainable National Income"
* "An overall view of positivism"
* "The vision of Piers Plowman"
* "Defensive Expenditures"
* "Hannibal's footsteps"
* "Ecology, Thermodynamics and Odum's Conjectures"
* "Extensive allelic sequence variation in the J region of the human immunoglobin heavy chain gene locus"
* "The major transitions in evolution"
* "Capital Vol. 1"
* "Governance of fisheries and aquaculture"
* "Ecofeminism"
* "Living in the Environment"
* "Social limits to economic theory"
* "Environmental accounting, EMERGY and environmental decision making"
* "Key concepts in communication and cultural studies, 2nd ed."
* "Economic Growth and the Gross National Product"
* "Alternative Environmental and Resource Accounting Approaches"
* "The language instinct"
* "Environmental Management and Economic Development"
* "Monocultures of the Mind"
* "There is no environmental crisis"
* "Figments of reality: the evolution of the curious mind"
* "Penguin dictionary of biology, 9th ed."
* "The Firm as A Distributed Knowledge System: A Discursive Approach"
* "System of National Accounts 1993"
* "Taking Nature into Account"
* "Physics of the Atom, 4th ed."
* "Identity and difference"
* "Entropy and Resource Scarcity: A Reply to Critics"
* "Multi-disciplinary modelling: an overview and practical implications for the governance of the Gulf Region"
* "Integrated fisheries management: understanding the limits to marine resource exploitation"
* "Theoretical Ecology: Advances in Principles and Applications"
* "Population and Evolutionary Dynamics of Consumer-Resource Systems"
* "On translatability"
* "Gas on the Brain"
* "The First Booke of Songes"
* "My thoughts are wing'd with hopes"
* "Dear, if you change"
* "Around the Goedel's theorem"
* "Frankenstein"
* Introduction to "Frankenstein"
* "Presumption or the Fate of Frankenstein"
* "Frankenstein's Footsteps"
* "The Collapse of Chaos"
* "Power/Knowledge"
* Preface & Afterword to "Power/Knowledge"
* "Discursive Democracy: Politics, Policy, and Political Science"
* "The Neutral Theory of Molecular Evolution"
* "Genetic Engineering - Dream or Nightmare"
* "Dinosaur in a Haystack"
* "The Monster's Human Nature"
* "Bioenergetics 2"
* "The Structure of Scientific Revolutions"
* "Production of Culture/Cultures of Production"
* "Consumption and Everyday Life"
* "Media and Cultural Regulation"
* "Understanding Data"
* "The Buddhist I-Ching"
* "Local Government: The Conditions of Local Choice"
* "Introduction to Plant Biochemistry"
* "Land & Estate Management"
* "Kissing the Rod: An Anthology of 17th Century Women's Verse"
* "Differential Equations and Mathematical Biology"
* "A Forest of Kings: The Untold Story of the Ancient Maya"
* "Game Theory with Applications to Economics"
* "Chaos: Making a New Science"
* "The Hidden Universe"
* "Dictionary of Artificial Intelligence"
* "Hypertext: from Text to Expertext"
* "Teach Yourself English Grammar"
* "The Tao of Physics"
* "Statistics"
* "Teach Yourself Zen"
* "Hidden Inheritance"
* "Searching for Certainty"
* "Biopiracy"
* "The Structure of Scientific Revolutions"
* "I React Therefore I Am"
* "Mythologies"
* "Transgressing the boundaries"
* "Populations, Species, and Evolution"
* "Brave New World"
* "Principia Mathematica"
* "Icarus, or the Future of Science"
* "Daedalus, or, Science and the Future"
* "A mathematical theory of natural and artificial selection. Part I."
* "Pi in the Sky"
* "This is Biology"
* "Games of Life"
* "Protein molecules as computational elements in living cells"
* "The heart that just won't die"
* "The making of memory"
* "Initial assessment of human gene diversity and expression patterns based upon 83 million nucleotides of cDNA sequence"
* "The epistemic subject in mathematical activity"
* "Social constructivism as a philosophy of mathematics"
* "An introduction to dynamic data structures"
* "The work of representation"
* "The Levellers Vindicated"
* "Autobiography of the Author"
* "The Vicar of Bray"
* "Sign, sentence, discourse"
* "Both fixed and free"
* "Selected writings in language, culture and personality"
* "Structural Anthropology"
* "Language and literature"
* "The structuralist controversy"
* "Psychology: the science of mind and behaviour"
* "Grammaire du Decameron"
* "The psychology of learning mathematics"
* "Learning mathematics"
* "Performance in subject matter knowledge in mathematics"
* "Learning to teach"
* "Contrary imaginations"
* "How children learn mathematics"
* "hunkpapa"
* "The mathematical brain"
* "Mind in society"
* "Mutual aid"
* "Elizabethan lyrics"
* "The nature of human intelligence"
* "Research methods in education"
* "The mismeasure of man"
* "George Fox and the Quakers"
* "A Q methodological tutorial"
* "Q methodology as the foundation for a science of subjectivity"
* "Introductory mathematics for the life scientist"
* "Numeracy and the life scientist!"
* "Journal of Biological Education"
* "Divergent perspectives on citizenship education: a Q-method study and survey of social studies teachers"
* "Helping students to go SOLO: Teaching critical numeracy in the biological sciences"
* "Concept mapping in biology"
* "Web authoring for beginners"
* "Teaching chi-squared intuitively"
* "Modelling biological processes using simple matrices"
* "Data which illustrate the importance of interaction in multiple regressions"
* "Teaching of statistics to UK undergraduate biology students in 1995"
* "Mathematics in biology"
* "The Marriage of Heaven and Hell"
* "The Elixir"
* "Outlines of astronomy"
* "Investigations"
* "Philosophical investigations"
* "Sound of Science"
* "One Bible, Many Voices"
* "Process and reality"
* "Computers and undergraduate mathematics 3: internet resources"
* "Medieval studies after Derrida after Heidegger"
* "The Gospel of Mary"
* "The Origin of Species: by means of natural selection. sixth ed."
* "The One Culture: A Conversation about Science"
* "The Elements of Social Theory"
* "What is this thing called Science? third ed."
* "The Hedgehog, the Fox, and the Magister's Pox"
* "The Two Cultures"
* "Making Sense of Life"
* "Species: New Interdisciplinary Essays"
* "Scientific Knowledge: a Sociological Analysis"
* "Sex and Death: an Introduction to the Philosophy of Biology"
* "The Disorder of Things: Metaphysical Foundations of the Disunity of Science"
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Created 26/9/98
Last modified 15/9/04