Schwarz, Hans (1979) Good and Evil in Technology as a Question of Christian Values. Perspectives on science and Christian faith: journal of the American Scientific Affiliation 31, pp. 205-209.
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For many years technological progress was perceived as intrinsically good and necessary. Yet more and more people begin to question whether technology and the notion of progress can actually be called good. Some people even wish to do away with the idea of progress altogether and return to a lifestyle of simplicity. Indeed, what is good or evil in technology can neither be discerned in a ...
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|Institutions:||Philosophy, Art History, History, and Humanities > Institut für Evangelische Theologie > Lehrstuhl für Systematische Theologie und theologische Gegenwartsfragen - Prof. Dr. Matthias Heesch|
|Dewey Decimal Classification:||200 Religion > 230 Christian theology|
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