The Ethics and Politics of Super-Intelligent MachinesThe Ethics and Politics of Super-Intelligent Machines
However, whereas we must accept the competitive motives that humans evolved with, we can design the motives of intelligent machines
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Office: hss 213 Hours: t 11-12, r 10-1, or by appt Ph: 838-8369 Course ObjectivesOffice: hss 213 Hours: t 11-12, r 10-1, or by appt Ph: 838-8369 Course Objectives
Students in these courses develop skills of analytical reading and writing, critical thinking, oral argument, research methodology, and historiographic analysis
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Disagreement and beliefDisagreement and belief
I seemed to be unusually sensitive despite my own aggressiveness. And confused, because I simply couldn’t understand how bright, seemingly decent people could turn out to be so blind to what struck me as matters of plain fact and simple
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Capitalsim and its criticsCapitalsim and its critics
In the late 19th century many Americans began to argue against big business. The growing criticisms challenged the industrialists to defend laissez-faire economics
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Asia-Pacific in (America’s) New World OrderAsia-Pacific in (America’s) New World Order
America’s New World Order. En libro: Politics and Social Movements in an Hegemonic World: Lessons from Africa, Asia and Latin America. Boron, Atilio A.; Lechini, Gladys. Clacso, Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales
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The Public DomainThe Public Domain
Why? Because intellectual property rights mark out the ground rules of the information society, and today's policies are unbalanced, unsupported by evidence, and often detrimental to cultural access, free speech, digital creativity
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Editors: E. J. Furlong and David Berman Philosophy Department, Trinity College, DublinEditors: E. J. Furlong and David Berman Philosophy Department, Trinity College, Dublin
Trinity College, Dublin; one in the Sir John T. Gilbert Collection in the Dublin Public Libraries; one in the library at Cambridge University (shelf mark Hib 738. 9); and one reported “missing” by the library at Brown University
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De indis of hugo grotius and international law as geo-cultureDe indis of hugo grotius and international law as geo-culture
Making the world safe for holland: de indis of hugo grotius and international law as geo-culture
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This book is a critique of the Nietzschean variant of moral relativism and its consequences for morality generallyThis book is a critique of the Nietzschean variant of moral relativism and its consequences for morality generally
An important point that is reiterated throughout this work is that if any ethical system is not helpful in making man to live a responsible, reasonable and balanced moral life, such as ethics should be rejected
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Truth and social reformTruth and social reform
I have also noticed that the web version does not include some key (c. 7) footnotes/sources (which are asterisked in this text). They are included here fyi
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Normative Ethics: How ought we to act; provide a method or process for determining ethical behaviorNormative Ethics: How ought we to act; provide a method or process for determining ethical behavior
Divine right theory – Divine command theory holds that God’s commands are the source of ethics, that God is a moral authority and we ought always to obey his commands, irrespective of the consequences of doing so
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In defense of inclusive legal positivismIn defense of inclusive legal positivism
Other authors, by contrast, believe legal positivism still to be a suitable theory to provide viable accounts of such legal systems
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Science Fiction Fandom, Geek Culture, and the Image of the EngineerScience Fiction Fandom, Geek Culture, and the Image of the Engineer
While the oldest forms of geek culture can be seen in the 19th century, it is in the early 20th century that current geek behavior patterns and values are formed. This paper examines the role of Hugo Gernsback and science fiction in shaping geek culture during
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The Future of the Korean QuestionThe Future of the Korean Question
Benjamin Gilman's 'North Korea Threat Reduction Act of 1999' alert us to the fact that us korea policy has arrived at a crucial watershed
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