Information technology and moral philosophy cambridge studies in philosophy and public policy 1st edition by jeroen van den hoven author be the first to review this item isbn 13 978 0521671613 isbn 10 0521671612 why is isbn important isbn this bar code number lets you verify that youre getting exactly the right version or edition . Information technology and moral philosophy information technology is an integral part of the practices and insti tutions of postindustrial society it is also a source of hard moral ques tions and thus is both a probing and a relevant area for moral theory in this volume an international team of philosophers sheds light. Students in this concentration analyze policy and policy making through a lens of political and moral philosophy the emphasis is on the foundational philosophies upon which public and private policy making institutions are based students pursuing this concentration consider ancient greek enlightenment and modern political ideas and take into account questions of morality. Information technology and moral philosophy submitted by kbl781 on wed 2010 10 james h moor information ethics its nature and scope luciano floridi the transformation of the public sphere political authority communicative freedom and internet publics james bohman democracy and the internet cass r sunstein the . The use of normative theories in computer ethics in the cambridge handbook of information and computer ethics cambridge university press hoven jeroen van den and john weckert eds 2008 information technology and moral philosophy cambridge studies in philosophy and public policy cambridge cambridge university press van den hoven mj
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