The Value of Science

New York, Dover Publications (1958)
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THE VALUE OF SCIENCE INTRODUCTION The search for truth should be the goal of our activities; it is the sole end worthy of them. Doubtless we should first bend our efforts to assuage human suffering, but why ? Not to suffer is a negative  ...
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Call number Q175.P78 1958
ISBN(s)   1602065047   9781602065048
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