The Power to Act
[...] from bacon and john donne through Henry Adams and Whitehead to now, wise men have foreseen, been frightened by, have applauded what is called the explosion of science. It is true that for over two hundred years there has been a constant growth in the number of people working on scientific problems and in the number of works they have made and published about our knowledge of nature, of ourselves as a part of nature, and on the applications of science in technology. Indeed, the scientific revolution has white hair; but it still has young eyes.
KeywordsNuclear Weapon Scientific Revolution Democratic Institution Structive Goal Human Betterment
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