There are several misconceptions of what science truly is. One of the radical misconceptions is thinking science gives us an answer to everything, and that with science we have resolved all the mysteries from the universe. You hear this often especially in subjects such as the possible existence of a divine entity, people use science as an argument “against” the existence of God, and they use it wrongly. This book, as its title suggests, takes on a more philosophical overview of what science is, it separates science from philosophy, and presents to us a thorough summary of the applications and the history of science. It is a great book to read alongside Fire in the Equations and The Copernican Revolution.