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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHI2394
Professor
Jon Miller
Semester
Fall

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Ethics and technology a program for future research Johnson and PowersThesis there is a technological agency to artifacts which is disclosed as intentionality within the artifacts themselves This intention is really an orientation in that it directs the user towards a certain way of beingThe design availability and employment of technology shapes what humans do and what they end up doing technology is far from neutral in its combination with human behaviour we live in an anthropocene era scientific research shows there is little purely natural left to the world of nature Human agency has shifted and changed what was originally the natural world artificial platform the humanmade part of the embodied world Contains constructed objects that are created by and come to influe
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