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    Forms of Organizing Human Society Inspired by Technological Structures.Schuster Alfons Josef - 2017 - Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy 9:10-22.
    Fundamentally, any system consists of objects and relationships between these objects. A major goal in ‘systems theory’ concerns the systematic discovery of general patterns or principles that are broadly applicable across a wide range of domains. From this perspective, we investigate the patterns and other relationships that may emerge between computer networks and organizations of human society. Our investigation emphasizes not only that computer networks reflect human society in various ways, but also that new ways of organizing human society inspired (...)
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    How Applied Should Applied Ethics Be?Davis Michael - 2017 - Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy 9:1-9.
    How applied should applied ethics be? I take up that question not because it belongs to the past of applied ethics, but because, given the present, it seems likely to be a part of the future of applied ethics as well. Consider, for example, a recent debate in the journal Bioethics: One of the four papers was titled, “Why Moral Philosophers Are Not and Should Not Be Moral Experts”; another, “Moral Philosophers Are Moral Experts!” In that debate, a “moral expert” (...)
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