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245 00 Astrobiology, History, and Society|h[electronic resource] 
       :|bLife Beyond Earth and the Impact of Discovery /|cedited
       by Douglas A. Vakoch. 
260  1 Berlin, Heidelberg :|bSpringer Berlin Heidelberg :
       |bImprint: Springer,|c2013. 
300    XXVIII, 375 p.|bonline resource. 
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490 1  Advances in Astrobiology and Biogeophysics,|x1610-8957 
490 0  Springer eBooks.|aEarth and Environmental Science 
505 0  Part I. The Early Extraterrestrial Life Debate -- Chapter 
       1. The Extraterrestrial Life Debate from Antiquity to 1900
       -- Chapter 2. Early Modern ET, Reflexive Telescopics, and 
       Their Relevance Today -- Chapter 3. Extraterrestrial Life 
       as the Great Analogy, Two Centuries Ago and in Modern 
       Astrobiology -- Chapter 4. Hegel, Analogy, and 
       Extraterrestrial Life -- Chapter 5. The Relationship 
       Between the Origins of Life on Earth and the Possibility 
       of Life on Other Planets: A Nineteenth-century Perspective
       -- Chapter 6. Pioneering Concepts of Planetary 
       Habitability -- Part II. The Modern Extraterrestrial Life 
       Debate -- Chapter 7. The Twentieth Century History of the 
       Extraterrestrial Life Debate: Major Themes and Lessons 
       Learned -- Chapter 8. The Creator of Astrobotany, Gavriil 
       Adrianovich Tikhov -- Chapter 9. Life Beyond Earth and the
       Evolutionary Synthesis -- Chapter 10. The First Thousand 
       Exoplanets: Two Decades of Excitement and Discovery -- 
       Chapter 11. Extraterrestrial Life in the Microbial Age -- 
       Part III. Societal Impact of Discovering Extraterrestrial 
       Life -- Chapter 12. The Societal Impact of 
       Extraterrestrial Life: The Relevance of History and the 
       Social Sciences -- Chapter 13. Cultural Resources and 
       Cognitive Frames: Keys to an Anthropological Approach to 
       Prediction -- Chapter 14. The Detection of 
       Extraterrestrial Life: Are We Ready? -- Chapter 15. Impact
       of Extraterrestrial Life Discovery for Third World 
       Societies: Anthropological and Public Health 
       Considerations -- Chapter 16. Impossible Predictions of 
       the Unprecedented: Analogy, History, and the Work of 
       Prognostication -- Chapter 17. Mainstream Media and Social
       Media Reactions to the Discovery of Extraterrestrial Life 
       -- Chapter 18. Christianitý鳠Response to the Discovery of
       Extraterrestrial Intelligent Life: Insights from Science 
       and Religion and the Sociology of Religion -- Chapter 19. 
       Would the Discovery of ETI Provoke a Religious Crisis? -- 
       Index.  . 
520    This book addresses important current and historical 
       topics in astrobiology and the search for life beyond 
       Earth, including the search for extraterrestrial 
       intelligence (SETI). The first section covers the 
       plurality of worlds debate from antiquity through the 
       nineteenth century, while section two covers the 
       extraterrestrial life debate from the twentieth century to
       the present. The final section examines the societal 
       impact of discovering life beyond Earth, including both 
       cultural and religious dimensions. Throughout the book, 
       authors draw links between their own chapters and those of
       other contributors, emphasizing the interconnections 
       between the various strands of the history and societal 
       impact of the search for extraterrestrial life. The 
       chapters are all written by internationally recognized 
       experts and are carefully edited by Douglas Vakoch, 
       professor of clinical psychology at the California 
       Institute of Integral Studies and Director of Interstellar
       Message Composition at the SETI Institute. This 
       interdisciplinary book will benefit everybody trying to 
       understand the meaning of astrobiology and SETI for our 
       human society. 
650  0 Physics. 
650  0 Religion. 
650  0 History. 
650  0 Life sciences. 
650  0 Astrobiology. 
650  0 Sociology. 
650  0 Cross-cultural psychology. 
650 14 Physics. 
650 24 Astrobiology. 
650 24 Life Sciences, general. 
650 24 History of Science. 
650 24 Cross Cultural Psychology. 
650 24 Religious Studies, general. 
650 24 Sociology, general. 
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