The Ethical Dilemma of Science and Other Writings

Rockefeller Univ. Press, 1960 - 395 páginas

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Página 272 - in the Book of Common Prayer. WHOSOEVER will be saved: before all things it is necessary that he hold the
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Página 328 - either have rendered conspicuous service to the cause of science or are such that their election would be of signal benefit to the society.
Página 83 - he that observeth the wind shall not sow and he that regardeth the clouds shall not reap
Página 59 - To improve the knowledge of naturall things, and all useful Arts, Manufactures, Mechanick practises, Engynes and Inventions by Experiments—(not meddling with Divinity, Metaphysics, Moralls, Politicks, Grammar, Rhetorick or Logick).
Página xiii - Read over your compositions and where ever you meet with a passage which you think is particularly fine, strike it out. I
Página 86 - Every candidate for admission to the earliest of American learned associations was required to answer yes to the question, "Do you love truth for truth's sake, and will you endeavour impartially to find
Página 209 - Not meddling with morals or politics: such, I would urge, is the normal condition of tolerance and immunity for scientific pursuits in a civilized state. I speak not with contempt of these—indeed the scorn with which some superior people talk of such necessities of
Página 41 - heavens, the work of thy hands, the moon and the stars, which thou hast ordained: what is man that thou art mindful of him?
Página 79 - the pre-war standards in regard to food and clothing. Increasing pressure of population on natural resources retards economic progress and limits seriously the rate of extension of social services so essential to civilized existence.

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