Beyond the Borders: Religion and Ecology in Latin America. (3) Building Meta-Ecological Worlds: The Cultural Production of Environmental Awareness. (4) TheEthics of Exploration: Theological and Ethical Issues in Space Travel. (5) Animals asSubjects, Objects, and Symbols. Some twenty papers in these sections combined.
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Essays in Philosophy
. Editor Michael Goodman is pleased to announce thepublication of Vol. 6, No. 1 of
Essays in Philosophy
is on “The Philosophy ofTechnology.” The papers published include: "Philosophy Regarding Technology," byJames Farris; "Technology: History and Philosophy," by Keekok Lee; ”(En)FramingHeidegger's Philosophy of Technology," by Ronald Godzinski; "If the Truth Be Told ofTechne: Techne as Ethical Knowledge," by Frances Latchford; "Ethics, Technology,and Posthuman Communities," by Steven Benko; "Technology and the Evolution of theHuman: From Bergson to the Philosophy of Technology," by M. Scott Ruse; "The ManyFaces of Science and Technology Relationships", by Ana Cuevas; "Aboriginal Culturesand Technocratic Culture," by Humberto Ortega Villasenor and Genaro QuinonesTrujillo; "The Domestication of Water: Filtering Nature Through Technology," by DavidMacauley; "Sonar Technology and Shifts in Environmental Ethics," by Christine James;"Chess, Games, and Flies," by Stefano Franchi; "A Framework to SystematizePositions in Neuroethics," by Saskia Nagel and Nicolas Neubauer; "Thoughts on theTheory and Practice of Speculative Markets
Event Predictors," by Mason Richey;"The Problem With the Technology of Time: Understanding the Ethics of ErazimKohak's Concept of Authentic Time Through an Analysis of the Motion Picture
," by John Scott Gray.
, the official journal of the Korean Society for the Study ofEnvironmental Philosophy, has recently put out volume 3 (2004). Edited by Sun-JinKim, philosophy professor at Hallym University, the volume focuses on the history ofenvironmental philosophy. It has two essays in English: one by the editor titled“Environmental History and the Origin of Ecological Crisis,” and one by Gene Hargrovetitled “Environmental or Ecological Citizenship through Culture Specific EnvironmentalValue Education.” Other essays, in Korean, are: Geon-Hoon Ahn, “The History ofEnvironmental Philosophy in Korea”; Myung-Sik Kim, “The History of EnvironmentalPhilosophy in the Anglo-American World”; Hae-Rim Yang, “The History ofEnvironmental Philosophy in Germany”; and a report from Sung-Jin Kim, “ThePhilosophy Department at Colorado State University and Professor Holmes Rolston.”
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