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Science and the educated man : selected speeches of Julius A. Stratton

Author: Julius Adams Stratton
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : M.I.T. Press, [©1966]
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Stratton, Julius Adams, 1901-1994.
Science and the educated man.
Cambridge, Mass., M.I.T. Press [©1966]
(OCoLC)610107310
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Julius Adams Stratton
OCLC Number: 336088
Description: viii, 186 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Part I. Science and the educated man: Science and the educated man --
Into new lands, the principles of navigation --
The role of the engineer --
The purpose and goals of M.I.T. --
Abstract and concrete --
Personal responsibility and an informed leadership --
Physics and engineering in a free society, a viewpoint on education --
The fabric of a single culture --
Academic freedom and integrity --
Science and the process of management --
Learning and action --
A new order of responsibility --
Individual freedom and personal commitment --
The humanities in professional education. Part II. M.I.T.: institutional and personal experiences: A technological university --
The realm of the spirit --
The idea of a university --
Charge to the graduates --
Three men of M.I.T.: Karl Taylor Compton, educator and administrator ; Francis Friedman, teacher of science ; Charles Stark Draper, an appreciation --
A commitment to the earth sciences --
Looking back.
Responsibility: with a foreword by Elting E. Morison.

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