Dangerous Thoughts  

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Dangerous Thoughts (1939) is a book by Lancelot Hogben.

Contents: The creed of a scientific humanist -- John Wilkins, parliamentarian and pioneer of scientific humanism -- Race and prejudice -- The contemporary challenge to freedom of thought -- Sir William Petty and political arithmetic -- Naturalistic studies in the education of the citizen -- Planning for human survival -- Education for an age of plenty -- Clarity is not enough -- Havelock Ellis -- Marxism and the middle classes -- Adult education to-day -- The theoretical leadership of Scottish science in the English industrial revolution -- Science in the school -- The theology of violence -- Epilogue

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