Engineering Ethics

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Michael Davis
Routledge, May 15, 2017 - Philosophy - 710 pages
This volume is a collection of articles published since engineering ethics developed a distinct scholarly field in the late 1970s that will help define the field of engineering ethics. Among the perennial questions addressed are: What is engineering (and what is engineering ethics)? What professional responsibilities do engineers have and why? What professional autonomy can engineers have in large organizations? What is the relationship between ethics and codes of ethics and how should engineering ethics be taught?
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
Series Preface
PRELIMINARIES
How to Do It and
It Matters Journal of Engineering Education
Members of the Same Family? Journal
International Journal of Applied Philosophy
The Iron Ring American Scientist 83
Journal 3 pp 6777
of Sciences 577 pp 10614
Code of Ethics in the Practice of a Profession
ORGANIZATIONS
Give Goodrich a Break Business
Quarterly 6 pp 44160
Electrical Engineering 74 pp 91618
A S M E v

Tufte and the Morton Thiokol Engineers
IEEE Spectrum 11 pp 6976
Ethics 8 pp 5981
Ethics and the Engineering Profession
Annals of the Association for Political
Questions IEEE Technology and Society
Ethics Journal 2 pp 114
Science and EngineeringRelated Ethics
Characteristics of
Role of Professional Societies Science
Five Research Questions Science
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Michael Davis is Professor of Philosophy and Senior Fellow in the Centre for the Study of Ethics in the Professions, at the Illinois Institute of Technology, USA.

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