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close this bookScience and Technology in the Transformation of the World (UNU; 1982; 496 pages)
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Open this folder and view contentsLe nécessaire et le possible dans la formation du mondial (Keynote Address)
Open this folder and view contentsSession I: Science and technology as formative factors of contemporary civilization - from domination to liberation
Open this folder and view contentsSession II: Technology generation and transfer - Transformation alternatives
Open this folder and view contentsSession III: Biology, medicine, and the future of mankind
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Science and Technology in the Transformation of the World

Edited by
Anouar Abdel-Malek
Gregory Blue
Miroslav Pecujlic

First International Seminar on the Transformation of the World
Belgrade, Yugoslavia, October 1979.

THE UNITED NATIONS UNIVERSITY

Project on Socio-cultural Development Alternatives in a Changing WORLD (SCA)
Sub-project on the Transformation of the World (TW)

General Editor: Anouar Abdel-Malek, Project Co-ordinator

© The United Nations University, 1982
HSDCP-2/UNUP-339
ISBN 92-808-0339-5

This book was prepared within the framework of the Human and Social Development Programme of the United Nations University. The views expressed are those of the writers and not necessarily those of the United Nations University.

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