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Abstract: Keywords: HoST - Journal of History of Science and Technology 12, pp. 1-22 DOI 10.2478/host-2018-0001 Max Planck Institute for the History of Science Jürgen Renn The Evolution of Knowledge: Rethinking Science in the Anthropocene1 epistemic evolution, cultural evolution, Anthropocene, global society 1 This paper is based on excerpts from: Jürgen Renn, The Evolution of Knowledge: Toward a Historical Theory of Human Thinking (Princeton: Princeton University Press, forthcoming in 2019), and published with kind permission of

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in die Archäologie und Geschichte, Philosophie und Theologie sowie Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaften angetreten. Dadurch ist ein schwer überschaubares Diskursgeflecht entstanden. Die Idee einer neuen Erdepoche ist auch durch die Medien und die popularisierende Wissenschaftskommunikation ( Schwägerl 2012 ; Leinfelder 2015 ) in eine breitere Öffentlichkeit vermittelt worden. Die britische Wochenzeitschrift The Economist titelte im Mai 2011: „Welcome to the Anthropocene“ und betonte, dass „die Menschen den Planeten verändert haben und von nun an ihre Form, über

Geologos 23, 2 (2017): 137–138 doi: 10.1515/logos-2017-0015 Book reviews Geomorphology in the Anthropocene, by A.S. Goudie and H.A. Viles, 2016. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. 324 pages. Hardback. Price GBP 39,99, ISBN 978-1-107- 13996-1 Geomorphologists today agree that the impact of human activities on the Earth’s surface is pro- found and manifests itself in different ways, i.e., from direct intervention leading to anthropogenic landforms, through indirect impact such as creating a milieu to processes that would not have occurred otherwise (e