Science and Engineering Ethics 8 (3):387-392 (2002)

The article discusses issues of interaction between the scientific systems of Eastern and Western Europe in the context of current global and local conflicts. Also, ethical issues are considered in connection with solving such problems in science, as well as examining similarities and differences of the scientific systems and their possible modelling. Some practical recommendations are included, based on the suggested academic speculations
Keywords science  ethics  scientific infrastructure  globalistics  East/West
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DOI 10.1007/s11948-002-0058-6
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