"Now that the truly independent man of wealth has disappeared, now that the independence of the academic man is fast disappearing, where are we to find the conditions of partial alienation and irresponsibility needed for the highest creativity?" Hardin, 1969.
And in any grad student lounge with worn couches and bad coffee from an aluminum 60 cup urn, circa 1964. Ask Tom Kuhn.
Hardin, G. (1969), Ed., Population, Evolution and Birth Control: A Collage of Controversial Ideas. NY: Freeman., p. 175.
Kuhn, T. (1992) The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (3rd Ed), 1992, Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press.