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Philosophy and Engineering: Exploring Boundaries, Expanding Connections

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Philosophy and Engineering: Exploring Boundaries, Expanding Connections
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Philosophy and Engineering: Exploring Boundaries, Expanding Connections
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Michelfelder, Diane P
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100
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B1-5802
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  • Newberry, Byron
  • Zhu, Qin
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Philosophy and Engineering: Exploring Boundaries, Expanding Connections
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Contents
  • Foreword; Contents; Chapter 1: Philosophy and Engineering: An Unconventional Work in Progress; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 The Philosophy of Engineering and the Engineering of the Future; 1.2.1 The Philosophy of Engineering: Two Perspectives on a Developing Field; 1.2.2 The Future of Engineering: Pushing Boundaries, De-Stabilizing Connections; 1.3 Chapter Introductions; References; Chapter 2: Pragmatism and Engineering; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Engineering and Science; 2.3 Engineering, Science, and Pragmatism; 2.4 Engineering and Pragmatism; 2.5 Final Remarks; References
  • Chapter 3: Squaring Philosophy of Engineering Through Personal Epistemologies Research3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Personal Epistemologies: An Overview; 3.2.1 Defining Dimensions of Personal Epistemology; 3.2.2 Stages of Development; 3.2.3 Social Positioning; 3.2.4 Context-Specificity; 3.2.5 Our Approach; 3.3 Our Project; 3.4 Challenges of Personal Epistemology Research; 3.4.1 Hermeneutic Bind; 3.4.2 Multiple Interdependent Meanings of Responses; 3.4.3 Participants as Stakeholders; 3.4.4 Disciplinary Ownership and Interdisciplinary Perspectives
  • 3.5 What Do Personal Epistemologies Offer Philosophy of Engineering and Engineering Itself?References; Chapter 4: Evidence in Engineering; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Conceptual Differences Between Science and Engineering; 4.3 Evidence in Philosophy; 4.4 Evidence in Science; 4.5 Evidence in Law; 4.6 Evidence in Archaeology; 4.7 Evidence in Engineering; References; Chapter 5: Is Technology a Science? Recent Developments in German Philosophy of Technology and Engineering; 5.1 Confusing Semantic Features in Concepts; 5.2 The German Academy of Science and Engineering (Acatech)
  • 5.3 Philosophy of Technology and Engineering5.4 The Borderline Between Pure and Applied Science; 5.5 Some Results from the German Discussion; 5.6 New Fields; References; Chapter 6: The Role of Technologies in Undermining the Perennial Philosophy; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 On the Very Idea of a Context; 6.3 Optical Instruments, Art, and Observation; 6.4 Conclusion; References; Chapter 7: Rethinking the Social Responsibilities of Engineers as a Form of Accountability; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Grounding the Social Responsibilities of Engineers; 7.3 Accountability
  • 7.4 The Social Responsibilities of Engineers as Accountability7.5 Conclusion; References; Chapter 8: On Ideals for Engineering in Democratic Societies; 8.1 Introduction; 8.2 Recent Ideals for Engineering in Democracy; 8.3 Kitcher's Well Ordered Science (and Engineering); 8.4 Pielke's Pluralism of Roles for the Scientific Community (with the Engineer as the Oft-forgotten Lynchpin); 8.5 Douglas's Attack on an Ideal, and Standards for Objectivity; 8.6 Ideals, Diversity and Standards; 8.7 Engineers' Engagement with Ideals, From the Past to the Future; 8.8 Conclusions; References
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9783319451916
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Label
Philosophy and Engineering: Exploring Boundaries, Expanding Connections
Publication
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unknown
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online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword; Contents; Chapter 1: Philosophy and Engineering: An Unconventional Work in Progress; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 The Philosophy of Engineering and the Engineering of the Future; 1.2.1 The Philosophy of Engineering: Two Perspectives on a Developing Field; 1.2.2 The Future of Engineering: Pushing Boundaries, De-Stabilizing Connections; 1.3 Chapter Introductions; References; Chapter 2: Pragmatism and Engineering; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Engineering and Science; 2.3 Engineering, Science, and Pragmatism; 2.4 Engineering and Pragmatism; 2.5 Final Remarks; References
  • Chapter 3: Squaring Philosophy of Engineering Through Personal Epistemologies Research3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Personal Epistemologies: An Overview; 3.2.1 Defining Dimensions of Personal Epistemology; 3.2.2 Stages of Development; 3.2.3 Social Positioning; 3.2.4 Context-Specificity; 3.2.5 Our Approach; 3.3 Our Project; 3.4 Challenges of Personal Epistemology Research; 3.4.1 Hermeneutic Bind; 3.4.2 Multiple Interdependent Meanings of Responses; 3.4.3 Participants as Stakeholders; 3.4.4 Disciplinary Ownership and Interdisciplinary Perspectives
  • 3.5 What Do Personal Epistemologies Offer Philosophy of Engineering and Engineering Itself?References; Chapter 4: Evidence in Engineering; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Conceptual Differences Between Science and Engineering; 4.3 Evidence in Philosophy; 4.4 Evidence in Science; 4.5 Evidence in Law; 4.6 Evidence in Archaeology; 4.7 Evidence in Engineering; References; Chapter 5: Is Technology a Science? Recent Developments in German Philosophy of Technology and Engineering; 5.1 Confusing Semantic Features in Concepts; 5.2 The German Academy of Science and Engineering (Acatech)
  • 5.3 Philosophy of Technology and Engineering5.4 The Borderline Between Pure and Applied Science; 5.5 Some Results from the German Discussion; 5.6 New Fields; References; Chapter 6: The Role of Technologies in Undermining the Perennial Philosophy; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 On the Very Idea of a Context; 6.3 Optical Instruments, Art, and Observation; 6.4 Conclusion; References; Chapter 7: Rethinking the Social Responsibilities of Engineers as a Form of Accountability; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Grounding the Social Responsibilities of Engineers; 7.3 Accountability
  • 7.4 The Social Responsibilities of Engineers as Accountability7.5 Conclusion; References; Chapter 8: On Ideals for Engineering in Democratic Societies; 8.1 Introduction; 8.2 Recent Ideals for Engineering in Democracy; 8.3 Kitcher's Well Ordered Science (and Engineering); 8.4 Pielke's Pluralism of Roles for the Scientific Community (with the Engineer as the Oft-forgotten Lynchpin); 8.5 Douglas's Attack on an Ideal, and Standards for Objectivity; 8.6 Ideals, Diversity and Standards; 8.7 Engineers' Engagement with Ideals, From the Past to the Future; 8.8 Conclusions; References
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1 online resource.
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online
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9783319451916
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rdamedia
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c
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