A Note on Professor Edel’s Paper
|dc.description.abstract||Professor Edel’s conclusions are excessively mild. We are often frighteningly ignorant of the consequences of scientific and technological innovations. This ignorance requires a much greater degree of caution in science than Professor Edel has admitted.|
|dc.subject||Philosophy Of Science|
|dc.subject||Ethics Of Research|
|dc.title||A Note on Professor Edel’s Paper|
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