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World Futures 40 (1):105-110 (1994)
The need for a holistic alliance is outlined to link new and progressive currents in science and art to face the common challenges that confront mankind at the turn of the century. Effort must be made to motivate scientists and artists to cultivate their social consciousness and create flexible teaching?learning?researching institutions where specialists can integrate emerging insights into usable foresights and communicate them to people in all fields of activity
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