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The impact of science on society by Bertrand Russell; 17 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Social aspects, Science, Philosophy, Social aspects of Science.
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The Impact of Science on Society (Book): Russell, Bertrand. This book is just over pages and is one of the easier read by this philosopher - relatively speaking. Three lectures by the liveliest old grey head in the business -- an examination of modern science and the influence of pragmatism on our society.
The first two lectures are concerned with the influence of science on ""unfounded"" traditional beliefs and the development of.
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