The theories, speculations, ideas, conjectures, propositions, and proposals set forth in the various chapters of this book add up to a clear message: radical upgrading in policymaking capacities is essential in order to reduce the probability of tragedies and to increase the probability of continuing human achievements in terms of evolving values.


Moral Reasoning Technology Literacy Critical Choice Mental Experiment Clinical Learning 
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