Environment, Technology, Justification: Reflective Analyses

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Zeta Books, 2008 - Electronic books - 173 pages
This text assumes that reflection on the environment requires consideration of the role of technology and that reflection on technology cannot responsibly omit considering the environment. Furthermore, reflection on the environment-as-encountered and technology-as-encountered and the correlative types of encountering cannot stop before facing the problems of justifying action and valuing as well as cognition. Eleven reflective analyses are included and it is hoped that discussion of them in small groups will not only foster deeper insight into these issues but also greater skill at phenomenological investigation, i.e., reflective analysis.

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