Monday, August 2, 2010

Mark Clifton and Frank Riley, They'd Rather Be Right pages 23-24

(Cross-posted from Commonplace)

Although, in a narrow sense, his field was far from the dangerous social sciences, early in his career Hoskins had realized that no field of science is remote from the affairs of men, that there is a sociological implication inherent even in the simple act of screwing a nut on a bolt.

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