Law and the Social Role of Science

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Law and the Social Role of Science

By: Harry W. Jones

Publication date: January 1967
SKU: 9780874700718
ISBN: 9780874700718

Law and the Social Role of Science is based on the proceedings of a conference under the auspices of The Rockefeller University and the Walter E. Meyer Research Institute of Law.

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The nine reports brought together in this book were prepared for a conference on Law and the Social Role of Science held at The Rockefeller University in April 1965, under the joint auspices of the University and the Walter E. Meyer Research Institute of Law. The moving spirit of the conference was Donald R. Young, a great social scientist, who believed for a long time that scientists and lawyers are insufficiently aware of the many ways in which science and law touch and affect each other, particularly as concerns the social role that is inescapable for science and central for law.

Pages: 266
Language: English
Publisher: The Rockefeller University Press
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