Responsibility And Ethics

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Responsibility And Ethics
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Responsibility And Ethics / Jacob Bronowski. - SERIES: The Origins of knowledge and imagination| no. 6 - Jacob Bronowksi talks about difference concepts of knowledge, and their relation to imagination. In this program he discusses how science, from Newton to the present, is both an individual and social activity. In examining the ethics of science, he cites Linus Pauling as an example of the integrated scientist-world citizen. He contrasts the scientific and literary Nobel laureates, and criticizes the United States police and tax enforcement methods. - RECORDED: Yale University, 1967. BROADCAST: WBAI, 1968.

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