The Scientifization of Culture: Thoughts of a Physicist on the Techno-Scientific Revolution and the Laws of Progress
Graduate studies at Western
Van Gorcum (1994)
|Abstract||Chapter The Triumph of Reason; Anticipating the Bio- Technetronic Civilization I believe information technology is at the basis of a new age of civilization ...|
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