Lec 8 - University of California Berkeley Engineering 124 Professor Kastenberg Impacts of Technology on Society Engineering 124 Lecture 8 Feb 13

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University of California, Berkeley Professor Kastenberg Engineering 124 Impacts of Technology on Society Engineering 124 Lecture 8 Feb. 13, 2007 Integral Approach to Ethics and Morality o Perspectivalism Asserts that people always perceive, experience, analyze, and evaluate people, things, and events from perspectives Some perspectives are physical you see from your location Other perspectives are the personal, family, cultural, and social locations from which you experience and interpret people and events o Perspectivalism as Interpretation that discloses Another word for situated interpretations and languaging We interpret things from a certain point of view, theory, set of presupposition Shared interpretations open up a “clearing” or “world” in which things can manifest themselves and in this sense “be” o Four perspectives from which to examine any phenomenon Interior Individual (Upper Left) Intentional, first-person Interior Collective (Lower Left)
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course E 124 taught by Professor Kastenberg during the Spring '07 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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Lec 8 - University of California Berkeley Engineering 124 Professor Kastenberg Impacts of Technology on Society Engineering 124 Lecture 8 Feb 13

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