Science and Its Public: The Changing Relationship

By Gerald Holton; William A. Blanpied | Go to book overview

BOSTON STUDIES IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE

EDITED BY ROBERT S. COHEN AND MARX W. WARTOFSKY

VOLUME XXXIII


SCIENCE AND ITS PUBLIC: THE CHANGING RELATIONSHIP

Edited by GERALD HOLTON AND WILLIAM A. BLANPIED

D. REIDEL PUBLISHING COMPANY

DORDRECHT- HOLLAND / BOSTON-U.S.A.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • SYNTHESE LIBRARY ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Editorial Foreword v
  • Table of Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments x
  • Introduction xiii
  • References xxiv
  • Faith, Utility, and the Legitimacy of Science 1
  • The Monster and the Titan: Science, Knowledge, and Gnosis 17
  • References 32
  • Reflections of a Working Scientist 33
  • RERENCES 45
  • On the Nature and Condition of Social Science 47
  • References 62
  • On Being Caught Between Dionysians and Apollonians 65
  • References 78
  • Agriculture, The Island Empire 83
  • References 94
  • Money and Influence: The Links of Science to Public Policy 97
  • REFEIRENCES 112
  • The Precarious Life of Science in the White House 115
  • References 134
  • Science Policy: Relationships Are the Key 135
  • IV 142
  • New Laboratories for Old 143
  • References 155
  • On Academic Scientists in Wilhelmian Germany 157
  • References 168
  • The Nineteenth-Century Amateur Tradition: The Case of the Boston Society of Natural History 173
  • References 187
  • Creationism in California 191
  • References 205
  • Science or Scripture: The Politics of "Equal Time" 209
  • References 223
  • The Public Appreciation of Science in Contemporary America 229
  • REFERENCE 241
  • Science and the Mass Media 245
  • References 259
  • Pop Science: The Depiction of Science in Popular Culture 261
  • References 276
  • Notes on Contributors 279
  • Index 283
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