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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Science as politics.
London : Free Association Books, 1986
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|ISBN:||0946960496 9780946960491 094696047X 9780946960477|
|Description:||180 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.|
|Contents:||The Copernican revolution / Norman Diamond --
Socializing Darwinism / Jim Moore --
Dialectical biology as political practice / Peter Taylor --
Nuclear politics in Yugoslavia / Les Levidow --
Hazards for export / T. Jones --
Sociology pulls its punches / Tim Rowse --
Niels Bohr / Mike Barnett --
Salvador Luria / Erwin Fleissner --
Energy futures / Les Levidow.
|Series Title:||Radical science series, no. 20.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Les Levidow.|
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Science As Politics
Review of `Science as Politics' edited by Les Levidow, Free Association Books, London, UK.
Reviewer: W. P. Palmer
Some scientists and many teachers believe that science and politics are 'poles apart'. This book attempts to show the effects of ideology on science in a number...
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