Volume 6, Issue 1 - June 2011

The Ethics of Evolution, and the Evolution of Ethics
Dr. Walter Truett Anderson, author and President Emeritus of the World Academy of Art and Science, discusses the challenge of becoming technologically responsible in a rapidly-changing and increasingly global civilization.
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In Our Post-Singularity Age
Jameson Dungan explores the transforming nature of information technology within the philosophy of biology toward an understanding of what life itself is.
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Diagramming Sentences of Value: Evolving Human Rights and the Terms of Geoethical Nanotechnology
Drawing from her well of cognitive and technological expertise, Dr. Wrye Sententia emphasizes the fundamental human right of freedom of thought without constraint within this age of interactive technologies.
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