By: Freeman Dyson
A revised version of a series of Gifford Lectures given at Aberdeen in 1985. This series of essays written `In Praise of Diversity' is divided in two parts. Part One considers the rival scientific traditions of Athens and Manchester and the fundamental questions of biology. Part Two offers new perspectives on the applications of science and the great issues of war and peace.
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