What Is and What Should Be the Role of Scientific Culture in Modern Society
Feynman (Richard)
Source: Feynman - The Pleasure of Finding Things Out - The Best Short Works
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Editor’s Introduction

  1. Here is a talk Feynman gave to an audience of scientists at the Galileo Symposium in Italy, in 1964.
  2. With frequent acknowledgments and references to the great work and intense anguish of Galileo, Feynman speaks on the effect of science on religion, on society, and on philosophy, and warns that it is our capacity to doubt that will determine the future of civilization.

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