Science--Moral and ethical aspects
Some critics of the scientific community - scientists and non-scientists - believe that scientists should become more socially responsible, that science should be tolerated only as long as its results are socially beneficial, and that science must be constitutionalized and controlled if it is not to destroy civilization.
Condell, Y. C.
Some Moral and Ethical Dilemmas of Science in the 1970's.
Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science, Vol. 39 No.1, 18-20.
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