The New Politics of Technology


Published on May 1, 2003

The problem of technology—how to spread its fruits, limit its excesses, and save ourselves from its destructive side—ranks high among the great challenges of our time. The problem is so vast, so complicated, so many-faced—from stem cells to fuel cells to weapons of mass destruction—that it is often difficult to keep a level head about it, and often hard for even the most judicious scientists, statesmen, and citizens to know how to think and what to do.

(Click here to read this entire article from the Spring 2003 issue of The New Atlantis.)


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