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The objective of this book is to build a bridge between the physical and the social sciences. The demand for such a bridge has never been greater than today. Yet our attempt to combine the scientifically physical with societal phenomena gives rise to what are thought to be insurmountable problems.
KeywordsAdvanced Civilization Brundtland Report Insurmountable Problem Progress Publisher Short Evolutionary Period
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