Encyclopedia of Science Technology and Ethics by Carl Mitcham

By Carl Mitcham

College-level audiences with very powerful holdings in technological know-how, know-how or scientific stories should have the 4-volume ENCYCLOPEDIA OF technology, expertise AND ETHICS: it is going to achieve those disciplines and extra both good, retaining powerful references on issues starting from biology and drugs to enterprise ethics, astronomy and public family, and politics and social values. even more than a compendium of subject matters and definitions or examples, articles supply exact discussions linking moral and social concerns to developments in expertise, demanding situations of operating with it, and extra. From philosophy to bioethics and past, no critical university assortment will be without.

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Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing. Originally published in 1785. KantÕs most widely read and accessible work in ethics. Kant, Immanuel. (1995b). ’’ In Ethical Philosophy, 2nd edition, trans. James W. Ellington. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing. Originally published in 1797. Part of KantÕs metaphysics of morals, the other half of which concerns the principles of political right Marcuse, Herbert. (1992 [1964]). One-Dimensional Man: Studies in the Ideology of Advanced Industrial Civilization, 2nd edition.

New York: Monthly Review Press. , and Childress, James F. (2001). Principles of Biomedical Ethics, 5th edition. New York: Oxford University Press. , ed. (2002). Deontology. Oxford: Basil Blackwell Publishers. Jonas, Hans. (1984). The Imperative of Responsibility: In Search of an Ethics for the Technological Age Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Originally published in 1979 as Das prinzip verantwortung, this book made Jonas famous. Kant, Immanuel. (1995a). ’’ In Ethical Philosophy 2nd edition, trans.

Almost all sides to the controversy praised the work that the board had done. This process encountered all the ethical issues related to science and democracy. Citizens had to learn about the technical issues. They did not have to become scientists, but had to understand the issues well enough to make sensible policy decisions about them. In educating citizens, the process demonstrated respect for scientific integrity. The process also satisfied the norms of deliberative democracy, in that it involved citizens deeply in an issue that potentially affected their lives, gave them the means to learn about it, and gave them the power to actually decide about it.

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