The Impact of Science on Society
In this concise and luminous book, Bertrand Russel - winner of the 1950 Nobel Prize for Literature and perhaps the outstanding philosopher of our time - regarded by many educators, scholars and critics as the most original English thinker since David Hume - examines the changes in modern life brought about by science. He suggests that its work in transforming society is only just beginning,,, He shows that science now offers the possibility of far greater well-being for humanity than it has ever known before..., In his final chapter the author faces the fundamental question of our time: can a scientific society be stable? He groups the possible causes of instability under three heads: physical, biological, and psychological.
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