Science and Power

Unesco Pub. (1995)
Science is the most powerful tool of the twentieth century, but is its influence properly harnessed? This book examines the often-difficult relationship between scientists and those who govern them. A distinguished group of specialists looks at the history of this relationship, where it stands today, and what needs to be done to ensure that science is used in the future for the greatest good of the greatest number.
Keywords Science Social aspects  Science Philosophy  Science and state
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Call number Q175.5.M39 1995
ISBN(s) 9231031996
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