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    De Bello Robotico. An Ethical Assessment of Military Robotics.Riccardo Campa - 2019 - Studia Humana 8 (1):19-48.
    This article provides a detailed description of robotic weapons and unmanned systems currently used by the U.S. Military and its allies, and an ethical assessment of their actual or potential use on the battlefield. Firstly, trough a review of scientific literature, reports, and newspaper articles, a catalogue of ethical problems related to military robotics is compiled. Secondly, possible solutions for these problems are offered, by relying also on analytic tools provided by the new field of roboethics. Finally, the article explores (...)
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  2. Etica Della Scienza Pura: Un Percorso Storico E Critico.Riccardo Campa - 2007 - Sestante.
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  3. Flecks place in the philosophical debate.R. M. Campa - 2001 - Ruch Filozoficzny 2 (2).
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  4. Making Science by Serendipity. A Review of Robert K. Merton and Elinor Barber's the Travels and Adventures of Serendipity.R. Campa - 2008 - Journal of Evolution and Technology 17 (1):75-83.
     
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    Nietzsche and Transhumanism: A Meta-Analytical Perspective.Riccardo Campa - 2019 - Studia Humana 8 (4):10-26.
    In recent years a debate has developed over the ties between Friedrich Nietzsche’s ideas and transhumanism. This article clarifies some issues at the meta-level of the discussion. Firstly, the author provides a scientometric analysis of research trends to show the relevance of the topic. Secondly, he distinguishes between two analytical perspectives, which he calls ‘noumenal’ and ‘phenomenal.’ Thirdly, by taking the phenomenal perspective, the author shows that transhumanism can be classified into four different categories, namely: quasi-Nietzschean, Nietzschean, a-Nietzschean, and anti-Nietzschean. (...)
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    Pure Science and the Posthuman Future.Riccardo Campa - 2008 - Journal of Evolution and Technology 19 (1):28-34.
    Since the industrial revolution, humans have tended to reduce science to the ancillary role of engine of technology. But the quest for knowledge started two and a half millennia ago with the aim of setting humans free from ignorance. The first scientists and philosophers saw knowledge as the goal, not as the means. The main goal was to understand matter, life, conscience, intelligence, our origin, and our destiny, not only to solve practical problems. Being sceptical to myths and religions, they (...)
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  7. The Sociology of Global Warming: A Scientometric Look.Riccardo Campa - 2021 - Studia Humana 10 (1):18-33.
    The theory of anthropogenic global warming enjoys considerable consensus among experts. It is widely recognized that global industrialization is producing an increase in the planet’s temperatures and causing environmental disasters. Still, there are scholars – although a minority – who consider groundless either the idea of global warming itself or the idea that it constitutes an existential threat for humanity. This lack of scientific unanimity ignites controversies in the political world, the mass media, and public opinion as well. Sociologists have (...)
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    Science and Religion Shift in the First Three Months of the Covid-19 Pandemic.Margaret Boone Rappaport, Christopher Corbally, Riccardo Campa & Ziba Norman - 2020 - Studia Humana 10 (1):1-17.
    The goal of this pilot study is to investigate expressions of the collective disquiet of people in the first months of Covid-19 pandemic, and to try to understand how they manage covert risk, especially with religion and magic. Four co-authors living in early hot spots of the pandemic speculate on the roles of science, religion, and magic, in the latest global catastrophe. They delve into the consolidation that should be occurring worldwide because of a common, viral enemy, but find little (...)
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