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Washington Colloquium on Science and Society
Washington Colloquium on Science and Society (1st 1964-65 American University)
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Washington Colloquium on Science and Society: first-[second] series. [Sam Frederick, ; Leeds, Morton, ; American University Washington, D.C. ; Georgetown University. Washington Colloquium on Science and Society.
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The theme of the colloquium was science and policy in national and international affairs. Some of the implications of science and technology discussed included weaponry, cybernetics and human rights, and the effect of technology on.
This is the report of the third Washington Colloquium on Science and Society. It contains the papers presented by the eight main speakers and the rebuttal and discussion which followed. The theme of the colloquium was "Changing Man in a Changing Environment," and the papers presented aspects of this theme as seen by different specialists in particular areas of study.
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