Tullock on Science and Society
Tags Media and CultureCapital and Interest TheoryProduction Theory
Do we now have the Third Culture that C. P. Snow saw coming to life? It would appear so. A good deal of work is currently being produced by a mixed group of scholars and intellectuals who are concerned with the problems of science and civilization and anxious to remedy the isolation and intellectual fragmentation that have arisen from intense specialization. Professor Tullock's absorbing book, The Organization of Inquiry, falls into this general category.
Volume 3, Number 2; Spring-Summer 1967
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Kreiling, Frederick C. "Tullock on Science and Society" Left and Right 3, No. 2 (Spring-Summer 1967): 17-21.