Daedalus: Limits of Scientific Inquiry; Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Spring 1978

Softcover, Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University, 1978. Good with no dust jacket.

Square, tight binding. Clean but tanned pages. Wrappers have general shelf wear, soiling, tanning. ; Contents: Morison, Introduction. Graham, Concerns about Science and Attempts to Regulate Inquiry. Sinsheimer, The Presumptions of Science. Baltimore, Limiting Science: A Biologist's Perspective. White, Science and the Sense of Self: THe Medieval Background of a Modern Confrontation. Max, Reflections on the Neo-Romantic Critique of Science. Pice, Endless Frontier or Bureaucratic Morass? Metzger, Academic Freedom and Scientific Freedom. Box, Freedom and Risk. Swazey, Protecting the "Animal of Necessity": Limits to Inquiry in Clinical Investigation. Culliton, Science's Restive Public. Hutt, Public Criticism of Health Science Policy. Brooks, The Problem of Research Priorities. Nelkin, Threats and Promises: Negotiating the Control of Research. Morison, Misgivings about Life-Extending Technologies. Holton, Epilogue. ; Vol. 107, No. 2, Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; 9.75" tall; 240 pages.

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