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Groping for Knowledge

Einstein was once asked how he worked. "I grope," was his reply.

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Man the Magician

Science enormously emphasizes the unique status of Man. It makes him much more obviously the lord of creation, the measure of all things, the image of ...

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What Goes Around Comes Around

The scientific facts, which were supposed to contradict the Faith in the nineteenth century, are nearly all of them regarded as unscientific fictions ...

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The Value of Life in the Womb

Susan Shelley writes in Marriage Partnership, "I was thrilled when the doctor told me our baby-to-be was a boy. I decided to keep the news a secret ...

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Not Mere Child's Play

In its early stages, science seemed at odds with religion; but this was merely a token of its immaturity. The more familiar story is that of scientists ...

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An Early View of Anesthesia

The abolishment of pain in surgery is a chimera. It is absurd to go on seeking it today. "Knife" and "pain" are two words in surgery ...

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An Early View of Aviation

The demonstration that no possible combination of known substances, known forms of machinery, and known forms of force can be united in a practical machine ...

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Montesquieu's Opinion of the Population Crisis

The population of the earth decreases every day, and, if this continues, in another ten centuries the earth will be nothing but a desert.

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A Nineteenth Century Opinion on Invention

The advancement of the arts from year to year taxes our credulity and seems to presage the arrival of that period when further improvement must end.

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An Uneasy Confrontation

The late professor Jacques Monod, the famous French geneticist and Nobel prize winner, in the course of a television session in Toronto with Mother Teresa, ...

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