OF SCIENCE TO HUMAN VALUES
More than any other person, perhaps, Kinsey has been responsible for the raising of the question of the validity of using the scientific method in connection with complex human and social situations where behavior is related to values. There are many who think that science cannot cope with values, and especially with love, where sex is involved.
Sir Charles Sherrington is famous the world over for his physiological contributions, and also for his examination of the value problem. Nowhere to the Editor's knowledge is there a finer or more persuasive statement of the nature of science and its understanding and dependency upon values than in Sir Charles' chapter, on "Altruism," taken from Man on His Nature.