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by Brian Easlea

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Author:
Brian Easlea
ISBN13:
978-0707302829
ISBN:
070730282X
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Publisher:
SCOTTISH ACADEMIC PRESS LTD; New Ed edition (January 1981)
Subcategory:
Social Sciences
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Are you sure you want to remove Liberation and the aims of science from your list? Liberation and the aims of science. an essay on obstacles to the building of a beautiful world. Published 1980 by Published by Scottish Academic Press for Sussex University Press in Edinburgh.

Liberation and the Aims of Science by Easlea, Brian and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles . About this Item: Scottish Academic Press, Sussex University Press, 1980.

About this Item: Scottish Academic Press, Sussex University Press, 1980.

An Essay on Liberation is a 1969 book by the Frankfurt School philosopher Herbert Marcuse.

Book titles can be enormously misleading. My concern in this book is not with moral values, but with cognitive ones; not with ethical norms and rules of conduct, but with methodological norms and rules. the reader of this work, on pulling it off the shelf for the first time, may well expect from the spine to see me grappling with vexed questions about the relations between science and ethics. He may even imagine that this essay is one more contribution to the burgeoning, and decidedly second-rate, literature that agonizes over the ethical dilemmas posed by a science and technology widely, if probably wrongly, perceived to be running out of control.

Bibliographic Citation. Science; Social Control of Science and Technology

Bibliographic Citation. Totowa, NJ: Rowman and Littlefield, 1973. Science; Social Control of Science and Technology

My former mentor Brian Easlea, who has died aged 76, was an internationalist, a teacher and an advocate . He later wrote a ground-breaking book, Liberation and the Aims of Science: An Essay on Obstacles to the Building of a Beautiful World (1973).

My former mentor Brian Easlea, who has died aged 76, was an internationalist, a teacher and an advocate for a better world, whose scholarly and groundbreaking work was influential in many countries all over the world. Born in the village of Happisburgh on the Norfolk coast, Brian had an eye for detail that made him an avid birdwatcher.