by STEPHEN TOULMIN , Director of the Nuffield Foundation Unit for the History of Ideas The supply of potential scientists is rapidly approaching saturation. Our generation is the last in which scientific growth will continue at its traditional unrestricted rate. We shall have to choose between ' natural philosophy ' and ' technology '-that is, between science-makers and science-users.
A nightly report based on recorded excerpts from the speeches made this week by playwrights, actors, producers, and film directors at the McEwan Hall in Edinburgh
Introduced by GEORGE MACBETH
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