Scientists at War
Harvard University Press, 6 апр. 2015 г. - Всего страниц: 362
Sarah Bridger examines the ethical debates that tested the U.S. scientific community during the Cold War, and scientists’ contributions to military technologies and strategic policymaking, from the dawning atomic age through the Strategic Defense Initiative (Star Wars) in the 1980s, which sparked cross-generational opposition among scientists.
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The Sputnik Opportunity
The Moral Case for a Test
The Science of Nonnuclear
Into the Ethical Hot
Disaster and Disillusionment in Vietnam
Institutional Reckonings at
The New Left Assault on Neutrality
Collapse of the Sputnik Order
A United Front against Star Wars
Science and Ethics after the Cold
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