By Jeroen van den Hoven, John Weckert
This e-book supplies an in-depth philosophical research of ethical difficulties to which details expertise supplies upward push, for instance, difficulties concerning privateness, highbrow estate, accountability, friendship, and belief, with contributions from the various best-known philosophers writing within the sector.
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The model presented in this paper is not aimed at explaining the nature and fate of capitalism. The model here focuses on the nature of open technological revolutions in which a free market is one of the enabling conditions. Schumpeter’s model does not distinguish between technological development and technological revolution (toasters vs. computers), which is a central distinction of the model in this paper. Distinguishing the power stage from the permeation stage is crucial in identifying those technologies that have a significant level of social impact and consequently will have the most serious ethical impact.
Information Technology and Moral Philosophy (Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Public Policy) by Jeroen van den Hoven, John Weckert