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  • A Short Look at Ethics

    1. 1. A short look at Ethics Mathias Klang
    2. 2. Ethics is a branch of philosophy that involvessystematizing, defending, andrecommending concepts of right and wrongbehavior.
    3. 3. Can you make an ethical choice?
    4. 4. Which choices don’t need to be ethical?
    5. 5. Ethical choice: you & others
    6. 6. Effects on Effects on non-feelingEthical choices other beings, ecosystems & Effects on sentient culture etc others beings Ethical zones
    7. 7. The non-choice choice: ethics withoutthought? Why did you drink coffee this morning?
    8. 8. Which reasoning makes a choice ethical? The unreasoned choice
    9. 9. Problem of conflict Problem of motivation Problem of attention Problem of knowledgeChoices are difficult
    10. 10. Ethical theories
    11. 11. “Ethics is theknowledge aboutwhich response tochoose and whichaction to do in agiven situation”
    12. 12. how we understand, know about, andwhat we mean when we talk aboutwhat is right and what is wrong.Meta ethics
    13. 13. the study of what makes actions rightand wrongNormative ethics
    14. 14. Nurture Nature Aristotle’s ethnocentrism Golden mean Social Culture absolutism Choice? construct Virtue Cultural relativism ethics Human Nature Kant Ethical relativism Ethics: Good Evil a very very Duties – not impulses short version Social Contract Categorical imperative Rousseau Hobbes Rawls Rule ethics Rule creation Veil of ignorance Mill - Good Utilitarianism Teleological ethics Habermas Discourse ethics Bentham - Happiness
    15. 15. to apply ethical theory to real-lifesituationsApplied ethics
    16. 16. Computer Ethics is the analysis of the nature and social impact of computer technology and the corresponding formulation and justification of policies for the ethical use of such technologyComputer ethics
    17. 17. Technological determinism
    18. 18. determinism Nothing to be done.
    19. 19. Technologicaldeterminism:societystechnology drivesthe developmentof its socialstructure andcultural values
    20. 20. We role the diceHard vs soft determinists
    21. 21. L. Winner: do artifacts have politics?
    22. 22. Who creates what controls us?
    23. 23. What is technology?
    24. 24. Technology: techne (art) & logos (discourse) • T as object – Tools, instruments, machines… • T as knowledge – How to make and use the objects • T as activity – Methods, routines & skills • T as sociotechnical system – Design, development & control
    25. 25. A pattern of tech adoption
    26. 26. Initial optimism
    27. 27. Euphoric optimism
    28. 28. Concern
    29. 29. Social media & social change
    30. 30. optimism
    31. 31. Pessimism
    32. 32. an attempted revolution
    33. 33. balance
    34. 34. Technology changing society,but social rules slow to evolve…
    35. 35. THANKS!
    36. 36. Mathias Klang klang@ituniv.se or @klang67 www.digital-rights.netImage & licensing info in the notes section of slides. Images at www.flickr.com (or specifically stated). This ppt licensed: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA Download presentation www.slideshare.net/klang

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