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ECS188: Ian Barbour and Deborah Johnson Articles
Q1. What are the names of the two schools of thought with respect to what are ethical actions?
Q2. What is the definition of Utilitarian
ECS188: Ethics in an Age of Technology
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tend to benet all households by offering less ex
pensive consumer goods.
One problem with such estimates, however, is
that they tend to be based on rather simple theoreti
cal models of international trad
Children of I mention
IF NECESSITY 15 THE MOTHER or INVENTION, who
is the father, and who, or what, are inventions chil-
dren? Necessity, of course, is a matter of degree: We
actually only need air, water, and food to survive.
JSTOR: Ethics, Vol. 114, No. 3 (April 2004), pp. 555-600
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Published by: The University of Chicago Press
Article DOI: 10.1086/382247
Stable URL: http:/www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/382247
Technology and Happiness
Why getting more gadgets wont necessarily increase our well-being
In the 20th century, Americans, Europeans, and East Asians enjoyed material and technological
advances that were
ECS188: Morning The Invention of Invention by David Landes and Technology
and Social Justice Freeman Dyson and "Technology and Responsibility:
Q1. Name three of the five key inventions that Landes mentions?
ECS188: A Glimpse of Things to Come and Preventing the Brave New World
Q1. Silver argues that in 350 years there will be two types of individuals. What are they?
The naturals and the GenRich
Q2. He then goes onto argue tha
In IT engineering, young hires tend to be more energetic and up to date. Older
workers need to keep skills fresh, or aim for management posts.