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Cereijido, M. (2012). Science is not balkanized in different disciplines: being a super-specialist is not an excuse for not being a wide scientist. International Journal of Psychological Research, 5(2), 6–7. https://doi.org/10.21500/20112084.728
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As recently as three centuries ago, it was taken for granted that the Universe was a “thing” created by God, exactly as we see it. But during the XIXth century the Universe and everything it contains started to be regarded as “processes” (Cereijido, 1994a).


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Cereijido, M. (1994b). Por Qué No Tenemos Ciencia. México: Siglo XXI.
Cereijido, M. (2009a). Elogio del Desequilibrio. Buenos Aires: Siglo XXI.
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Cereijido, M. (2011). Hacia Una Teoría General Sobre Los Hijos de Puta. Barcelona: Tusquets.
Cereijido, M. & Reinking, L. (2005). People Without Science. New York: Vantage Press.


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