Several Problems of Organization of Science in the Epoch of the Scientific-Technical Revolution,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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The article discusses productivity of purely scientific work as opposed to industrial production. It is underlined that whereas mass production involves a repetition of single acts, and productivity can increase as the manufacturing process improves, purely scientific work forbids repetition of a single productive act. The organization of science requires further study if its productivity is to be correctly judged.
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