The Architecture for Global Freedom Robert R. Carkhuff, Bernard G. Berenson. “ I am quite convinced that someone will come ... They have defined Possibilities Science as contra - distinguished from our historic Probabilities Science .
The Works of Orestes A Brownson Explanations and index
Release on 1887 | by Orestes Augustus Brownson
His work entitled Freiheit der Wissenschaft , or Freedom of Science , goes to show , in the first place , that science , especially philosophy , must have freedom , that is , be free to follow its own laws ; laws which are essential to ...
Science Public Policy and the Scientist Administrator
Release on 1972 | by National Institutes of Health (U.S.). Committee on Staff-Training-Extramural Programs
With ple room for individual freedom of and private giving by individuals or this type of support , scientific ... tion of freedom in science and of comand utilization of nuclear energy in and the development of pure science for ...
Author: National Institutes of Health (U.S.). Committee on Staff-Training-Extramural Programs
Hayek, too, frequently made the link between freedom in science and freedom in society, also because his arguments for freedom were founded upon epistemological arguments. But Hayek's interest in the free pursuit of knowledge went ...
Darwin himself was cautious in his criticism of religion, but some of his defenders—most notably Huxley—went on the offensive against Christianity in the name of the freedom of science. Again, a number of assumptions that had been part ...
The first half of 'Religion and the Natural Sciences' is an introduction to the discussion of science and religion. Here the reader learns why there is any debate at all and what resources exist for responding to it. The second half deals with specific issues that arise in the individual sciences, from astronomy and physics to biology and ecology. Any project hoping to connect science and religion must supply the categories of connection, which are found primarily, although not exclusively, in philosophy. The simplicity of the arrangement and the nature of the selections are intended to make 'Religion and the Natural Sciences' available to as wide an audience as possible, including students from the sciences and technology, the professions, the humanities and liberal studies, and theology.
Freedom and the End of Reason
Release on 2014-02-14 | by Richard L. Velkley
son in general , science must first recall common reason to its own principles . Science will recall it to " simplicity ” and to awareness of the essential needs of man ( 6.6–11 ) . The restored or uncorrupted " sound understanding ...
In Freedom and the End of Reason, Richard L. Velkley offers an influential interpretation of the central issue of Kant’s philosophy and an evaluation of its position within modern philosophy’s larger history. He persuasively argues that the whole of Kantianism—not merely the Second Critique—focuses on a “critique of practical reason” and is a response to a problem that Kant saw as intrinsic to reason itself: the teleological problem of its goodness. Reconstructing the influence of Rousseau on Kant’s thought, Velkley demonstrates that the relationship between speculative philosophy and practical philosophy in Kant is far more intimate than generally has been perceived. By stressing a Rousseau-inspired notion of reason as a provider of practical ends, he is able to offer an unusually complete account of Kant’s idea of moral culture.
The Freedom of Scientific Research
Release on 2018-03 | by Simona Giordano
Ironically the very discoveries which promise so much, themselves create new dangers. This book is about the opportunities and challenges, moral, regulatory and existential that now face both science and society.
The book asks: How are scientific developments impacting on human life and on the structure of societies? How is science regulated, and how should it be regulated? Are there ethical boundaries to scientific developments in some sensitive areas? (robotic intelligence, biosecurity?)
The Society for Freedom in Science
Release on 1953 | by Society for Freedom in Science
D. , is Founder and Chairman , The Carkhuff Group of Corporations , and CEO , Freedom Doctrine International . One of the most - cited scientists of the 20th century , he is author of The New Science of Possibilities , The Freedom ...
Carkhuff and his associates are at their exemplary best in defining The Freedom Ideologies. Their battles with the totalitarian ideologies define an eternal war between humankind and hominid. The authors, all with imposing scientific credentials, establish the relationship between these freedom functions and pros perity, peace and participation. They give us the scales and, thus, the steps by which we can measure our progress toward winning The Freedom Wars.
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