Mid-century; the social implications of scientific progress. Verbatim account of the discussions held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on the occasion of its Mid-century Convocation, March 31, April 1 and April 2, 1949. Edited and annotated

; Burchard, John E. (John Ely), 1898-1975
Cambridge, Published jointly by the Technology Press of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Wiley, New York, 1950.

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Other Authors Burchard, John E. 1898-1975.
Subjects Science -- Philosophy.
Sociale aspecten.
Sociale verantwoordelijkheid.
Vooruitgang.
Wetenschappen.
Description xx, 549 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1950.
Contents The state of science / John Ely Burchard, Karl Taylor Compton -- The twentieth century / Winston Spencer Churchill -- Men against nature / Vannevar Bush [and others] -- Men against men / James Madison Barker [and others] -- Science, materialism and the human spirit / Julius Seelye Bixler [and others] -- The role of the individual in a world of institutions / Erwin Dain Canham [and others] -- The problem of specialization in twentieth century education / Sidney Hook [and others] -- The state, industry and the university / Laird Bell -- The store of the future / Harold Edward Stassen -- The obligations and ideals of an institute of technology / James Rhyne Killian, Jr.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)528124
(OCoLC)ocm00528124
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