Table of contents for Information technology and moral philosophy / [edited by] Jeroen van den Hoven, John Weckert.

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Contents
List of Contributers
Introduction
Chapter 1 NORBERT WIENER AND THE RISE OF COMPUTER ETHICS
Terrell Ward Bynum
Chapter 2 WHY WE NEED BETTER ETHICS FOR EMERGING
TECHNOLOGIES
James H. Moor
Chapter 3 INFORMATION ETHICS, ITS NATURE AND SCOPE
Luciano Floridi
Chapter 4 THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE PUBLIC SPHERE: POLITICAL
AUTHORITY, COMMUNICATIVE FREEDOM AND INTERNET PUBLICS
James Bohman
Chapter 5 DEMOCRACY AND THE INTERNET
Cass Sunstein
Chapter 6 THE SOCIAL EPISTEMOLOGY OF BLOGGING
Alvin I. Goldman
Chapter 7 PLURAL SELVES AND RELATIONAL IDENTITY: INTIMACY AND
PRIVACY ONLINE
Dean Cocking
Chapter 8 IDENTITY AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Steve Matthews
Chapter 9 TRUST, RELIANCE AND THE INTERNET
Philip Pettit
Chapter 10 ESTEEM, IDENTIFIABILITY AND THE INTERNET
Geoffrey Brennan and Philip Pettit
Chapter 11 CULTURE AND GLOBAL NETWORKS: HOPE FOR A GLOBAL
ETHICS? OR: CAN PLATO'S CYBERNETES ? CONFUCIUS' JUNZI NAVIGATE
AN INTERCONNECTED WORLD?
Charles Ess
Chapter 12 COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY AND INFORMATION AND
COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
Seumas Miller
Chapter 13 COMPUTERS AS SURROGATE AGENTS
Deborah G. Johnson and Thomas M. Powers
Chapter 14 MORAL PHILOSOPHY, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, AND
COPYRIGHT
Wendy J. Gordon
Chapter 15 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND THE PROTECTION OF
PERSONAL DATA
Jeroen van den Hoven
Chapter 16 EMBODYING VALUES IN TECHNOLOGY: THEORY AND
PRACTICE
Mary Flanagan, Daniel Howe and Helen Nissenbaum
Chapter 17 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH ETHICS
Dag Elgesem
Chapter 18 DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE AND THE VALUE OF INFORMATION: A
(BROADLY) RAWLSIAN APPROACH
Jeroen van den Hoven and Emma Rooksby
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Authors' biographies

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Information technology -- Moral and ethical aspects.