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- Science and ethics
- Moral Issues in the Natural Sciences and Technologies
- Conclusions: Incorporating Ethics into Science and Technology Policy
Less than years ago, science was a dangerous business. In , the Italian monk Giordano Bruno was sentenced to death and burned at the stake because he believed in free thinking in philosophy and science. But while scientific progress has been rapid and astonishing, it is still disturbing for those people who feel excluded from the debate surrounding the application of science in new technologies and products.
Science and ethics
This book reflects academically on important and relevant natural scientific disciplines, important technologies and related media to determine and communicate the moral issues and challenges within those specific fields of study, and how to deal with them morally and from a multidimensional South African context. It aims to add scientific, technological and ethical value, locally and globally, by reflecting mainly from the viewpoint of a specific scholars, writing about the most pressing moral issues or challenges raised by problems within their specific field of study. It is written mainly from a qualitative methodological perspective, including autobiographical and participatory views. The co-authors present in respective chapters their research systematically and intersectionally, based on profound theoretical analysis and reasoning. Current research in the basic and implied sciences and technologies requires sound ethical practice based on a defensible moral stance.
Background: Research ethics involve requirements on daily work, the protection of dignity of subjects and the publication of the information in the research. However, when nurses participate in research they have to cope with three value systems; society; nursing and science which may be in conflict with the values of subjects, communities, and societies and create tensions and dilemmas in nursing. Method and material: Using the Medline and the Nursing Cinahl data base, the most important ethical issues which appear in bibliography, will be addressed. After a short description of the nature of nursing, and the advocacy role of nurses, the writer will attempt to highlight the possible conflicts that nurses have to deal with, when undertaking or participating in research. Results: The major ethical issues in conducting research are: a Informed consent, b Beneficence- Do not harm c Respect for anonymity and confidentiality d Respect for privacy. However, both the nature of nursing which focuses on caring, preventing harm and protecting dignity and the advocates role of nurses which calls for defending the rights of subjects, are sometimes incongruent with the ethics in research.
Moral Issues in the Natural Sciences and Technologies
NCBI Bookshelf. Science is viewed as a branch of knowledge or study dealing with a body of facts or truths systematically arranged and showing the operation of general laws. It may also be defined to include systematic knowledge of the physical or material world; systematized knowledge in general; knowledge of facts and principles; and knowledge gained by systematic study. In the ethics of science nothing is expected to be believed with more conviction than the evidence warrants. Ethics itself deals with values relating to human conduct, with respect to the right and wrong of certain actions and to the good and bad of the motives and ends of such actions.
Research and innovation in emerging technologies can have great benefits but also raise ethical and social concerns. The current discourse on Responsible Research and Innovation RRI is a novel attempt to come to conceptual and practical ways of dealing with such concerns. In order to effectively understand and address possible ethical and social issues, stakeholders need to have an understanding of what such issues might be. This article explores ethical issues related to the field of emerging information and communication technologies ICTs. Based on a foresight study of ICT that led to the identification of eleven emerging technologies, we outline the field of ethical and social issues of these technologies. This overview of possible problems can serve as an important sensitising device to these issues. We describe how such awareness can contribute to the successful deployment of responsible practice in research and innovation.
However scientists and technology developers or users have not remained immune to the growing ethical concerns of different kinds of people around the world in.
Conclusions: Incorporating Ethics into Science and Technology Policy
Science and Technology Governance and Ethics pp Cite as. Ethics is viewed mainly from the perspective of lay morality as it is evident in analyses of public debates and public perceptions research. In this respect, the most significant influence shaping the content and direction of ethics derives from cultural norms and social values. The incorporation of ethics in policy making takes two distinct but interconnected routes: one via official advisory structures and the other via lay debates. Additional influences on policy by civil society organisations and private sector lobbying activities are also evident.
Science and Technology Governance and Ethics pp Cite as. This chapter provides integrative conclusions and policy recommendations deriving from the analyses of ethics perspectives in the book. It describes the state-of-art in ethics in Europe, India and China in terms of values systems, public debates, advisory bodies and public engagement initiatives. It further provides suggestions for the mainstreaming of socio-ethical analysis in the three regions, paying particular attention to the different innovation needs evident in Europe on one hand and in India and China on the other.
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