Table of Contents
Morton Winston, "Children of Invention Revisited."
Part I: PERSPECTIVES ON TECHNOLOGY.
David Landes, "The Invention of Invention." Ruth Schwartz Cowan, "Industrial Society and Technological Systems." David Edgerton, "The Shock of the Old." Rosalind Williams, "History as Technological Change."Richard Sclove, "Id Hammer Out Freedom: Technology as Politics and Culture." Langdon Winner, "Artifact/Ideas and Political Culture." Judy Wajcman, "Addressing Technological Change." Sheila Jasanoff, "Technologies of Humility: Citizen Participation in Governing Science." Ian Barbour, "Philosophy and Human Values."
Hans Jonas, "Technology and Responsibility: Reflections on the New Tasks of Ethics." Freeman Dyson, "Technology and Social Justice." Deborah Johnson and Thomas Powers, "Ethics and Technology: A Program for Future Research."
Part II: CONTEMPORARY TECHNOLOGY AND THE FUTURE.
Thomas Friedman, "The World is Flat." Jagdish Bagwati, "In Defense of Globalization."
Joseph Stiglitz, "Making Globalization Work." International Forum on Globalization, "What Should be Off-Limits to Globalization." Cass R. Sunstein, "Many Working Minds." Max Boot, "The Consequences of the Information Revolution." Jay Stanley and Barry Steinhardt, "Bigger Monster, Weaker Chains." James S. Taylor, "In Praise of Big Brother."
William F. Clocksin, "Artificial Intelligence and the Future." Bill Joy, "Why the Future Doesnt Need Us." Ray Kurzweil, "Nanoscience, Nanotechnology and Ethics." Lee Silver, "A Glimpse of Things to Come." Leon Kass, "Preventing a Brave New World." Michael J. Sandel, "The Case Against Perfection." Claire Hope Cummings, "Trespass."Garrett Hardin, "The Tragedy of the Common." Stephen M. Gardiner, "Ethics and Global Climate Change."
Janet L. Sawin and Kristen Hughes, "Energizing Cities." Robert W. Kates, "The Nexus and the Neem Tree."
Appendix A: Society, Technology, and Ethics in the News
Appendix B: Enginnering Ethics