Table of contents for The scientist as rebel / by Freeman J. Dyson.

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 preface 		ix
	I	CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN SCIENCE
	1	The Scientist as Rebel		3
	2	Can Science be Ethical?		19
3	The Deep Hot Biosphere		33
	4	The Cosmic Connection		39
	5	The Future Needs Us		45
	6	What a World!		59
	7	Einstein in Berlin		73
	II	WAR AND PEACE
	8	Nuclear Disaster		79
	9	Generals		85		10	
Russians		103
	11	Pacifists		115
	12	The Race is Over		133
	13	The Force of Reason		139
	14	The Bitter End		145
	III	HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS
	15	Mathematics and Physics		163
	16	Edward Teller's Memoirs		173		
17	In Praise of Amateurs		179
	18	A New Newton		193
	19	Clockwork Science		207
	20	The World on a String		219
	21	Oppenheimer as Scientist, Administrator, and Poet		235		
22	Seeing the Unseen		249
	23	The Tragic Tale of a Genius		261		
24	Wise Man		275
	IV	PERSONAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL
	25	The World, the Flesh, and the Devil		293
	26	The Same and Not the Same		311		
27	The Quotable Einstein		315
	28	Is God in the Lab?		321
	29	This Side Idolatry		331
	30	Of Beauty and Consolation		337
	31	One in a Million		343
	32	Star Maker		357
	33	Religion from the Outside		363
	V	BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTES		377

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Science.
Physics.
Science -- History.
Science -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Dyson, Freeman J. -- Biography.
Scientists -- United States -- Biography.