Readings in the Philosophy of Technology
Readings in the Philosophy of Technology collects the important works of both the forerunners and contemporary theorists of philosophy of technology, addressing a wide range of topics on technology as it relates to ethics, politics, human nature, computers, science, food, and the environment. Compiled specifically with students and newcomers in mind, this book explores the multiple ways in which humanity shapes and affects technologies and is, in turn, shaped and affected by them. Readers will learn to understand, evaluate, appreciate, and criticize the ways that technology both reflects and changes human life-individually, socially, and culturally. Readings in the Philosophy of Technology is an ideal core text for undergraduate courses in Philosophy of Technology, Science, Technology, and Society, and Ethics and Technology.
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Do Machines Make History?
Toward a Philosophy of Technology
Question Concerning Technology
Heidegger on Gaining a Free Relation to Technology
Social Implications of Technology
Technical Progress and the Social LifeWorld
The Culture of Technology
Technologies as Forms of Life
Technological Ethics in a Different Voice
Do Artifacts Have Politics?
Strong Democracy and Technology
Socialism and the Democratic Planning of Technical Change
The Insurgent Architect at Work
TwentyFirst Century Bodies
Focal Things and Practices
A Phenomenology of Technics
A Cyborg Manifesto
A Collective of Humans and Nonhumans
Ecological Restoration and the Culture of Nature A Pragmatic Perspective
Democratic Rationalization Technology Power and Freedom
Technology and Responsibility
Technology Demography and the Anachronism of Traditional Rights
The Constitution in Cyberspace Law and Liberty beyond the Electronic Frontier
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