Shaping The Environment

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Shaping the Environment: Science, Technology, and Society is the eighth in the 10-volume series, Lynchburg College Symposium Readings, 3rd edition. Each volume presents primary texts organized around an interdisciplinary, liberal arts theme, such as education, government, social issues, leadership and ethics. The series has been developed by Lynchburg College faculty for use in the Senior Symposium and Lynchburg College Symposium Readings Program (SS/ LCSR). While these programs are distinctive to Lynchburg College, the texts are used on many college campuses across the nation, as well as by readers interested in significant original texts on important topics.

5 reviews for Shaping The Environment

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Deque his rebus satis multa in nostris de re publica libris sunt dicta a Laelio. Hoc loco tenere se Triarius non potuit. Atque haec ita iustitiae propria sunt, ut sint virtutum reliquarum communia. Quae diligentissime contra Aristonem dicuntur a Chryippo.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ut placet, inquit, etsi enim illud erat aptius, aequum cuique concedere. Omnia peccata paria dicitis. Quam nemo umquam voluptatem appellavit, appellat.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Non quam nostram quidem, inquit Pomponius iocans; Ut in geometria, prima si dederis, danda sunt omnia. Quid est igitur, inquit, quod requiras? Istam voluptatem perpetuam quis potest praestare sapienti. Similiter sensus, cum accessit ad naturam, tuetur illam quidem, sed etiam se tuetur.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Deque his rebus satis multa in nostris de re publica libris sunt dicta a Laelio. Hoc loco tenere se Triarius non potuit. Atque haec ita iustitiae propria sunt, ut sint virtutum reliquarum communia. Quae diligentissime contra Aristonem dicuntur a Chryippo.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ego vero isti, inquam, permitto. Illis videtur, qui illud non dubitant bonum dicere -; Ut pulsi recurrant? Bona autem corporis huic sunt, quod posterius posui, similiora. Cum autem in quo sapienter dicimus, id a primo rectissime dicitur.

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