EVOLUTION AND SCIENCE BOOKS IN ENGLISH
GENERAL THEORY OF CONDITIONAL EVOLUTION OF LIFE
The beauty of the unknown
An additional reason for the development of these books is that their preparation requires to expand, organize and systematize the ideas one has of the branch of science under study, in this case, evolutionary genetics.
The process involves examining academic knowledge, research articles read, knowledge incorporated in informal conversations, internal reflections, and even feelings to try to reach conclusions that make sense from all possible perspectives.
At the same time, it is a pleasure to feel the power of the culture of today's society, of personal intelligence and inner freedom acting in harmony and, little by little, shaping the new book of biology. In other words, the creativity of life, which we all possess.
Not being an expert in biology or genetics is a negative element, but it has its positive points. On the one hand, there is no bias by prior scientific knowledge, which allows to verify or revise aspects that are supposed to be true and that, admittedly, would not otherwise be done.
On the other hand, arriving using a process of personal, theoretical investigation to certain conclusions that later prove to be generally admitted scientific knowledge helps a lot, by implying that the method, process or reasoning employed is suitable in general, or at least, it is not too far away.
In a way, writing this book of biology is like playing guess the future and then checking with the present. Also, the possibility that all others are wrong is not ruled out. No matter how small!
THE GLOBAL SCIENTIFIC METHOD
Philosophy of science
The book of the Global Scientific Method is a small, but an intense book that aims to add some reflections on the philosophy of science.
This book of philosophy tries to understand why such big mistakes have been made in the most famous theories of current science, such as Darwin's theory of evolution or Einstein's Theory of Relativity; deepening the contributions of the sociology of science.
On the other hand, this essay on the philosophy of science highlights the lack of common sense in some of the classifications and characteristics of the current scientific method and proposes a small systematization of the stages and steps in the elaboration, demonstration, and acceptance of scientific theories.
At the same time, this book of philosophy adds new types of primary scientific methods depending on the method of proving a theory, according to what Galileo has already proposed, and a new scientific method of complexity.