This point is so important that it deserves a separate discussion, which we shall give in a moment paragraphs We have no illusions about the feasibility of creating a new, ideal form of society. Thus science is not a PURE surrogate activity. So that the attempt to insure social justice would force them to retain most parts of the technological system.
Speech to parents and trustees of the Toronto District School Board. Apart from the necessity of government regulation, he is restricted by the fact that he must fit into the economic system and conform to its requirements.
Otherwise it will break down.
Yet mass entertainment is a means of escape and stress-reduction on which most of us have become dependent. There are now , students in immersion in Canada, including , in Ontario. But in modern industrial society the problem has become particularly acute.
But the scientists would remain busy in their laboratories, and technology as it progresses would find ways, in spite of any barriers, to exert more and more control over individuals and make them always more dependent on the system.