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Social Philosophy Today

Volume 13, 1998
Technology, Morality and Social Policy

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Preface
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James P. Cadello Fears and Questions Concerning Technology
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Krzysztof L. Helminski Arendt and Heidegger: Placing the Thinking of Technology
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Austin Harrington Habermas’ Concept of the Lifeworld: a Defense
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Edmund F. Byrne Business-Inflicted Harm
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Val Plumwood Inequality, Ecojustice and Ecological Rationality
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Ann Dochen Technology in the Service of Nature?: The Case of Third Party Reproductive Intervention
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Mary B. Mahowald Abortion Bypass?: A New Technology and an Old Debate
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John Rowan State-Sponsored Abortion in a Property Rights Framework
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Lisa Eckenwiler Wornen and the Ideal of Cornmunity in Clinical Research: Questioning the Influence of Communitarian Ideals
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