Andrej Ule is probably the most famous name of the theory and philosophy in Slovenia. In the book “Science, Society, Values”, apart from general theoretical and even epistemological insights and issues about the relationships between the science and the world, he pushes science into two fresh and in this region still less travelled paths. The author primarily puts up questions about the transmissions of scientific knowledge into the practice and the reality, about social and economical effects of science onto the society, about a so-called scientification of the society, but also on the socialisation of the science. On the other hand the author also discusses the ethical responsibility of the science and scientists and critical reflections, immanent to them. This way, along with the arising development of biotechnology, for example, or terrifying examples of ideological and political occupation of science as we are taught by the dark historical experience, they keep warning us and requiring cautious and thoughtful usage. Even more so, respecting the fact that Ula is well-recognized for, that valuable and impartial usage of science, even if it were possible, because this leads to its bureaucratic instrumentalisation.