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The 'sciences of the artificial', disciplines concerned with the properties and performance of manmade substances or machines, have given rise to most of the new technologies (from mechanics to biotechnology, not to mention new materials and energy) that are now drastically changing contemporary societies and economies. These disciplines, offshoots of the natural sciences whose methods and results they often use, are not rigid ones but have intermittent, often very fruitful, relations with each other.

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