Design for a common world: On ethical agency and cognitive justice

@article{Velden2008DesignFA,
  title={Design for a common world: On ethical agency and cognitive justice},
  author={Maja van der Velden},
  journal={Ethics and Information Technology},
  year={2008},
  volume={11},
  pages={37-47}
}
The paper discusses two answers to the question, How to address the harmful effects of technology? The first response proposes a complete separation of science from culture, religion, and ethics. The second response finds harm in the logic and method of science itself. The paper deploys a feminist technoscience approach to overcome these accounts of neutral or deterministic technological agency. In this technoscience perspective, agency is not an attribute of autonomous human users alone but… CONTINUE READING
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