Designing in Ethics [Book Review]

Prometheus: Critical Studies in Innovation 35 (1):160-161 (2019)
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Abstract

Designing in Ethics provides a compilation of well-curated essays that tackle the ethical issues that surround technological design and argue that ethics must form a constitutive part of the designing process and a foundation in our institutions and practices. The appropriation of a design approach to applied ethics is argued as a means by which ethical issues that implicate technological artifact may be achieved

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Steven Umbrello
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