Dr. King writes about Lewis Mumford’s view in “The Condition of Man” that an increase in scientific knowledge requires an increase in moral discipline.

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[Underlined: Science] The very increase of scientific knowledge however, only increased the need for manual discipline to encourage a mature techniques for controlling the external world and enlarging all of man is physical powers, whilst [whilst] permitting man himself to remain himself to remain at an infantile level, was a place dynamite in the hand of children (Condition of Man, p.244 Lewis Mumford
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