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  How reason almost lost its mind : the strange career of Cold War rationality

Erickson, P., Klein, J. L., Daston, L., Lemov, R., Sturm, T., & Gordin, M. D. (2013). How reason almost lost its mind: the strange career of Cold War rationality. Chicago [u.a.]: The University of Chicago Press.

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Erickson, Paul1, Author              
Klein, Judy L.1, Author              
Daston, Lorraine1, Author              
Lemov, Rebecca1, Author              
Sturm, Thomas1, Author              
Gordin, Michael D.1, Author              
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1Department Ideals and Practices of Rationality, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Max Planck Society, escidoc:2266696              

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Language(s): eng - English
 Dates: 2013
 Publication Status: Published in print
 Pages: 259
 Publishing info: Chicago [u.a.] : The University of Chicago Press
 Table of Contents: Introduction: The Struggle over Cold War Rationality
Chapter 1. Enlightenment Reason, Cold War Rationality, and the Rule of Rules
Chapter 2. The Bounded Rationality of Cold War Operations Research
Chapter 3. Saving the Planet from Nuclear Weapons and the Human Mind
Chapter 4. “The Situation” in the Cold War Behavioral Sciences
Chapter 5. World in a Matrix
Chapter 6. The Collapse of Cold War Rationality
Epilogue. Cold War Rationality after the Cold War
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 Identifiers: ISBN: 978-0-226-04663-1
Other: MPIWG-Book:0183
eSciDoc: alt_escidoc:667389
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