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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.

A discussion of Jacques Ellul's study of the dangers that lurk in an expanding technological culture, led by the Center's John Wilkinson, who translated Ellul's 'The Technological Society' from French to English. Professor Ellul held that the inhuman…

A discussion of Jacques Ellul's study of the dangers that lurk in an expanding technological culture, led by the Center's John Wilkinson, who translated Ellul's 'The Technological Society' from French to English. Professor Ellul held that the inhuman…

Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling debates Helmut Krauch on his views of the proper goals of scientific research. Recounting the unconscious creative process by which he came to make a scientific discovery of his own, Dr. Pauling insists that the…

The Center's Scott Buchanan interviews Helmut Krauch of the Heidelberg Institute, who is the head of a group of German scientists seeking a policy to direct all scientific research to the service of human welfare, in the wake of the Nazi's misuse of…

The Center's John Wilkinson posits that, in a society where quantity matters more than quality and automation is rapidly making people subservient to their computers, we may soon need to establish sanctuaries for humans as we do for endangered…

The Center's John Wilkinson posits that, in a society where quantity matters more than quality and automation is rapidly making people subservient to their computers, we may soon need to establish sanctuaries for humans as we do for endangered…

Newton Minow, former FCC chairman, argues that the failure to adapt our institutions to ever more rapid change forces the government bureaucracy to defend the status quo long after technological advances have demanded a new approach. 10th CSDI…

William Gorman explores the views of André Malraux and his famous concept of a "museum without walls," in the light of the impact of technology upon the arts. Joining in the discussion are Harry S. Ashmore, Scott Buchanan, Clifton Fadiman, W.…

William Gorman explores the views of André Malraux and his famous concept of a "museum without walls," in the light of the impact of technology upon the arts. Joining in the discussion are Harry S. Ashmore, Scott Buchanan, Clifton Fadiman, W.…