So Human an Animal
|1968/new edition 1998|
So Human an Animal: How We Are Shaped by Surroundings and Events, is a book written by René Dubos and published by Scribner in 1968. It won the 1969 Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction. Dubos was a microbiologist and pathologist, but the book's major thesis was that technology is dehumanizing us and that science needs to be humanized.
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