By Brian Balmer, Brian Rappert
This e-book explores the absent and lacking in debates approximately technology and protection. via assorted case reports, together with organic and chemical guns keep watch over, technological know-how journalism, nanotechnology learn and neuroethics, the participants discover how issues turn into absent, overlooked or forgotten and the results for ethics, coverage and society.
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For instance, the belief that this can be done in some authoritative fashion can lead to clinging to some ways of understanding as definite. The complicit and self-referential dynamics at work suggest the necessity for heightened sensitivities rather than set solutions. Those include the need to (i) disrupt taken-for-granted ways of understanding; (ii) become curious about how to marshal claims about empirical facts; (iii) inquire how we relate to our objects of study; and (iv) ask how opportunities for knowing are enabled and constricted because of the qualities of the object of study and our methods for studying them.
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Absence in Science, Security and Policy: From Research Agendas to Global Strategy by Brian Balmer, Brian Rappert