The Social responsibility of the scientist / edited by Martin Brown.


New York : The Free Press, [1971] .

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Other Authors Brown, Martin, 1946-
Subjects Natuurwetenschappen.
Politique scientifique et technique.
Science and civilization.
Science and state.
Sciences et civilisation.
Sociale verantwoordelijkheid.
Soziale Verantwortung.
Vetenskap och politik.
Wetenschapsbeoefenaars.
Wissenschaftler.
Series Free Press paperback.
Description xi, 282 pages : illustrations, maps ; 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1971]
©1971
Notes Based on lectures presented at the University of California, Berkeley, spring, 1969.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 273-282).
Contents The Faustian bargain / Spencer Klaw -- A physicist on Professional organization / Charles Schwartz -- A physicist on Government funding / Owen Chamberlain -- A mathematician on The DOD, government and universities / Serge Lang -- A biochemist on Chemical warfare / J.B. Neilands -- A microbiologist on Biological warfare / Marc Lappé -- A geneticist on Food additives / Joshua Lederberg -- Two biophysicists on Nuclear radiation / John W. Gofman and Arthur R. Tamplin -- A physician on Disease and social class / Thomas H. Brewer -- A zoologist on The loss of biological diversity / Robert C. Stebbins -- A biologist on The ecological crisis / Barry Commoner -- A geographer on Population growth / Daniel Luten -- An entomologist on Pesticides / Donald Dahlsten -- A soil scientist on Land misuse / Rodney Arkley -- A food scientist on The world food supply / Robert E. Feeney -- Can technology be humane? / Paul Goodman.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)121122
(OCoLC)ocm00121122
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