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An examination of whether the concept of politics as found in Machiavelli and Hobbes has become obsolete in the face of the modern proposition that technology is now the engine of society, a development that has left politics emptied of its rational…

An examination of whether the concept of politics as found in Machiavelli and Hobbes has become obsolete in the face of the modern proposition that technology is now the engine of society, a development that has left politics emptied of its rational…

Technological innovations have historically been applied, as they are today, first to the uses of war, and only second to those of peace. This program traces the history of the machine in warfare. Produced by Trevor Thomas. The Machine Image V. …

Rather than displacing millions of working men and women, automation has actually created more jobs than it has abolished. Ultimately, the age-old tug-of-war between humanity and the machine is a draw -- technology is booming and living conditions…

Quoting philosophers and social critics from Aristotle and Francis Bacon to Lord Byron and Samuel Gompers, this program examines the explosive rise of the machine in Western industrial society and its impact on philosophy, poetry, politics, war,…

An address by Bishop James A. Pike, in which he argues that religion, dogma, and doctrine must accommodate new scientific data; and that, rather than abandoning religion, people should use these new insights to make religion more relevant to man's…

An address by Bishop James A. Pike, in which he argues that religion, dogma, and doctrine must accommodate new scientific data; and that, rather than abandoning religion, people should use these new insights to make religion more relevant to man's…

The old criteria about ideological differences are no longer useful, as many have been blurred by technological advances. The advent of the nuclear age makes necessary an even more rapid accommodation between different systems. Participants in the…

The old criteria about ideological differences are no longer useful, as many have been blurred by technological advances. The advent of the nuclear age makes necessary an even more rapid accommodation between different systems. Participants in the…

In this informal talk, Dr. and Mrs. Pauling recall their courtship and the work they have done together that led to a Nobel Peace Prize. Slightly Autobiographical Series. Sept. 18, 1964.