In this sobering exploration of scientific and intellectual responsibility, Raphael Sassower “skillfully relates the lessons of Auschwitz and Hiroshima, placing them in context and treating them as resources for contemporary decision-making at the intersection of the technosciences, public policy, and personal ethics. He has crafted an account of these watershed events that is both deeply informative and broadly accessible.” --Larry Hickman, Southern Illinois University
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