The aim of this essay is to understand the relationship between knowledge and society and to reflect on the links between science and political decision. Science has deeply shaped our world and allowed human beings to live the life we know, having an enormous impact The interface between science and society is a delicate one. . 5, More on this subject can be found in Courvoisier T.J.-L. () From Stars to States. A manifest for Science in Society. A Manifest for Science in Society Thierry J.-L. Courvoisier Of all the sciences, astronomy is probably the one that seems to most people to be furthest removed .
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