Developmental Time, Cultural
Space: Studies In Psychogeography. Howard F. Stein. University of Oklahoma Press: September
18,252 pp, $21.95.
Explores the human tendency to project internal issues onto the natural and social environment. Discusses this both through observations of migrants’ responses to new life in America and intergroup conflicts between Russia and Western Europe and the U.S.


Energy In Physics, War and Peace.
Hans Mark and Lowell Wood, eds.
Balaban: September, 408 pp, $55.
This volume celebrates over 50 years of the professional life of Edward Teller. It includes works in the varied basic areas of physics in which Teller worked, ranging from relativistic radiative hydrodynamics through nuclear decay selection rules to stellar x-ray sources and elemental synthesis.

From Paradox to Reality: Basic
Concepts of the Physical World.
Fritz Rohrlich. Cambridge University Press: September, 350 pp, $45.
Discusses relativity and quantum mechanics conceptually and philosophically, focusing on new discoveries that...

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