change, philosophy, physics, biology, evolution, complexity, culture, economics, psychology

Tags: change, philosophy, physics, biology, evolution, complexity, culture, economics, psychology

My review:

This expansive work examines change as an intrinsic aspect of nature and existence. It explores change through diverse lenses, including physics, biology, ecology, society, culture, economics, politics, psychology and philosophy. The book provides a rich interdisciplinary perspective on the patterns, paradoxes and permeation of change across all scales, from subatomic to cosmic. An intriguing read for anyone interested in the multifaceted dimensions of change.

LC Classification: Q175

Lexile Measure: 1200L

Dewey: 500

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Tags cover some key topics and disciplines discussed in the book. The review provides a concise summary of the book’s exploration of change from various angles.

LC Classification Q175 covers “Change” and captures the book’s interdisciplinary approach.

Lexile Measure of 1200L indicates the book requires a high level of reading comprehension.

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