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Unformatted text preview: orgasmic selves,” are that of Aristotle and Saint Augustine as described by Hawkins. Saint Augustine believed that creation happened around 5000BC by the hand of God. Aristotle did not like this view, he believed that the human race and the world around it had existed, and would exist, forever. To quote Wilson “The central task of science writing for a broad audience is, in consequence, how to make science human and enjoyable without betraying nature.” In my opinion Hawkins article does just that. It tells the story of how humans have perceived the universe, and how those perceptions have changed over the years. Yet, throughout the article, the natural facts have not been compromised. Hawkins made the story enjoyable from a human aspect....
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- Fall '07
- Science, Greek philosopher Aristotle, Stephen W. Hawkins, Kyle Keech Making, opinion Hawkins article