Technological Transformation: Contextual and Conceptual Implications

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The philosophical study of technology has acquired only recently a voice in academic conversation. This situation is due, in part, to the fact that technology obviously impacts on "the real world," whereas the favored stereotype of philosophy allegedly does not. Furthermore, in some circles it was assumed that philosophy ought not impinge on the world. This bias continues today in the form of a general dismissal of the growing area now referred to as "applied philosophy." By contrast, the academic scrutiny of science has ...

Technological Transformation: Contextual and Conceptual Implications 1989, Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

ISBN-13: 9789027728272

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