|<-- See earlier|
||Lecture: 'Once a knight is quite enough'
||Lecture: 'How high is the sky?'
||Lecture: 'The Unity of Man'
||Paper: 'Anthropological theorists and modern English kingship'
||Lecture: 'Puzzles concerning human evolution'
||'Anthropological structuralism and artistic communication'
||Frazer Lecture: 'Kingship and divinity'
||Lecture: 'Is God a mathematician?'
||Study of Play symposium
||Paper: 'Asian frontier populations in the context of modern sovereignty'
||Patten Lecture I: 'Semiotics, ethology and the limits of human understanding'
|See later -->||
The Papers of Edmund Ronald Leach
||Report on the social and ethical implications of the micro-processor
||20 June 1979
|Extent and Medium
||1 item in envelope; paper
|Content and context|
The file comprises a photocopied typescript 'Report for private circulation to the participants of a consultation on the social and ethical implications of the micro-processor, held in Edward King House, Lincoln, 9 - 11 Mar. 1979'.
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