Series: Philosophy Of Engineering And Technology

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Technical Functions: On the Use and Design of Artefacts (Philosophy of Engineering and Technology) by Wybo Houkes1
Philosophy and Engineering: An Emerging Agenda by Ibo van de Poel2
Doing Philosophy of Technology: Essays in a Pragmatist Spirit by Joseph C. Pitt3
Doing Good with Technologies:: Taking Responsibility for the Social Role of Emerging Technologies by Katinka Waelbers4
Technical Artefacts: Creations of Mind and Matter: A Philosophy of Engineering Design (Philosophy of Engineering and Technology) by Peter Kroes6
The philosophy of computer games by John Richard Sageng7
Norms in Technology (Philosophy of Engineering and Technology) by Marc J. Vries9
Human Being @ Risk: Enhancement, Technology, and the Evaluation of Vulnerability Transformations (Philosophy of Engineering and Technology) by Mark Coeckelbergh12
Jacques Ellul and the Technological Society in the 21st Century (Philosophy of Engineering and Technology) by Helena M. Jerónimo13
Human Nature in an Age of Biotechnology: The Case for Mediated Posthumanism (Philosophy of Engineering and Technology) by Tamar Sharon14
Epistemology and Political Philosophy in Gilbert Simondon: Individuation, Technics, Social Systems (Philosophy of Engineering and Technology) by Andrea Bardin19
Philosophy of Technology after the Empirical Turn (Philosophy of Engineering and Technology) by Maarten Franssen23

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