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Introductory Remarks on Axiology of Technology
Zeszyty Naukowe. Organizacja i Zarządzanie / Politechnika Śląska, 2022, z. 165, s. 285-295, bibliogr. 25 poz.
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Ontologia, Aksjologia, Filozofia, Technologia
Ontology, Axiology, Philosophy, Technology
Purpose: The main goal of the paper is to present an initial version of possibly comprehensive and detailed axiological fundamentals for the Technology Assessment. Design/methodology/approach: The paper can be placed in the tradition of the analytic philosophy - historically (in the sense of history of technology) informed. Findings: A classification of values relevant for technology-assessment has been constructed. A certain number of instances have been given for each values-group. Research limitations/implications: The analysis carried out in this text presents the results of the first stage of the technological-axiological studies. They should be widened (many relevant values have not been even mentioned) and analytically developed (more precise descriptions should be given). Practical implications: The axiology-of-technology investigations, even in its present form, can be useful for all institutions and organizations active in the domain of technology assessment and in related fields (in particular: technology policy and management). Social implications: The analyses presented in this text could make the public debates on technology more nuanced and less ideological. They should help overcoming the schematic opposition of techno-optimism and techno-pessimism. Originality/value: The paper seems to start from where many other works end: The general thesis about "saturation" technology with values has been soundly substantiated and can be regarded as well-founded. It is time to make further steps - toward systematic and detailed axiology of technology. This text seems to be one of the first steps in this direction.(original abstract)
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