Technology & Ethical Ambiguity
Publisher : Global Vision Publishing House
About the Book
Technology represents values and disvalues simultaneously, defying any easy judgement of technology as good or evil. Given this fact of ethical ambiguity, the question how to evaluate technology poses a methodological challenge to ethics. This book proposes to use proportionate reasoning equipped with moral imagination as an epistemological tool to address ethical ambiguity of technology. Principal ethical methodologies have been dominated by discursive approaches. By its recourse to moral imagination, this book makes a rewarding attempt at a sustained use of a non-discursive approach in ethics. “Technology and Ethical Ambiguity provides us with much more than the assessment of a contemporary ethical challenge. It offers us an alternative way to envision the entire moral enterprise.”
About the Author
Mathew Illathuparampil holds a Phd from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium. He is a lecturer at St. Joseph Pontifical Seminary, Aluva, Kerala. He serves on the faculty of Mar Athanasion College for Advance Studies, Tiruvalla, Kerala. His publications include Business Ethics (Macfast, 2005).
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