A chosen calling : Jews in science in the twentieth century /
Scholars have struggled for decades to explain why Jews have succeeded extravagantly in modern science. A variety of controversial theories from such intellects as C. P. Snow, Norbert Wiener, and Nathaniel Weyl have been promoted. Snow hypothesized an evolved genetic predisposition to scientific suc...
|Published:||Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press ; Cincinnati : Hebrew Union College Press, 2014.|
|Series:||Medicine, science, and religion in historical context.
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