This book gives a challenging point of view about science and its history/philosophy/sociology. Science is in decline. After centuries of great achievements, the exhaustion of new forms and fatigue have reached our culture in all of its manifestations including the pure sciences. Our society is saturated with knowledge which does not offer people any sense in their lives. There is a loss of ideals in the search for great truths and a shift towards an anodyne specialized industry whose main goal is the sustenance and procreation of an endogamic professional caste. A wide audience of educated people interested in these topics will most likely respond to the ideas expressed here as things they have thought about or observed, but have not dared to say out loud.

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Customer reviews at Alexander Unzicker (2013, May 8th), Forrest Noble (2013, July 4th), Herman Holushko (2013, July 24th), David M. Nataf (2013, July 28th), Paul LaViolette (2013, July 30th), Giovanni Carraro (2013, August 12th), Miguel Cerviño Saavedra (2013, September 13th), Masu Rodríguez Hernández (2013, September 17th), Vladimir Netchitailo (2013, September 26th), Daniel Landry (2013, September 28th), Carlos Castro Perelman (2013, December 4th), Vernon J. Vansteenkist (2014, June 9th), Shane Claggett (2015, April 14th), Alejandro García (2016, May 21st), John Winders (2016, October 9th), Avery Morrow (2017, September 22nd). Wissenschaft im Zweifel (Science in doubt) (2013, May 29th). The Twilight of the Scientific Age: A book review by Paul LaViolette (2013, July 30th).
Current Science, 105(8), 1171: Book Review: "The Twilight of the Scientific Age" by Anil K. Rajvanshi (2013, October 25th).
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Journal of Scientific Exploration, 27, pp. 711-713: Book Review: "The Twilight of the Scientific Age" by Henry H. Bauer (2013, December). Sunku pripazinti galima bejegiskuma (It is difficult to recognize the potential powerlessness) by Rimas Norvaisa (2013, December 24th).
Gaceta de Psiquiatría Universitaria, 10, pp. 266-269, "El panorama actual de la ciencia" ("The present-day scenery of science") by Hernán Villarino (2014, September).
Antiphysical Review, 196, pp. 1-6: Book Review: "The Twilight of the Scientific Age" by Marian Apostol (2014, September).
Customer reviews at Marian Apostol (2014, October 1st). Ciencia emotiva, ciencia creativa (Emotive science, creative science) by A. Abrain (2015, January 8th).
Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, 52-B, pp. 369-370: Book Review: "The Twilight of the Scientific Age" by Helge Kragh (2015, November).
Polis, 42: Book Review: "The Twilight of the Scientific Age" by Jorge Gilbert Galassi (2015).
Book published in Universal Publishers , or The Death of Science. A Companion Study to Martin Lopez Corredoira's "The Twilight of the Scientific Age" by A. T. Holster (2016, July).