Theodore Roszak

  • Science: A Technocratic Trap

    The day of the great lone wolves, embattled heretics, and outsiders—the Faradays, the Galileos, the Pasteurs, toiling away in modest laboratories and private garrets with makeshift equipment— is gone. Bigness, thickly structured professionalism, and governmentcorporation subvention have become indispensable to the progress of both research and development.