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Title: Information Technology and the Old Problem of Totalitarianism.
Authors: Kocikowski, Andrzej
Keywords: Computer ethics
Global ethics
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Polish Academy of Sciences. The Committee on Ethics in Science.
Citation: Ethical Problems in the Rapid Advancement of Science, pp. 27-32.
Abstract: The following text was the first in a series of several works which presented possible black scenarios of the development of digital civilization. The author attempts to demonstrate the ways in which we are being enslaved by two totalitarian forces: technological and cultural.
Description: The polish language version of the text was prepared in 1998. It was presented at the conference “Zagrożenia wynikające z rozwoju informatyki” / “Dangers arising from the growth of ICT” (Komitet Etyki w Nauce przy Prezydium PAN, 20 października 1998 r. / Science Ethics Committee of the Polish Academy of Science, Oct 20, 1998). It was published in the “Nauka” (“Science”) quarterly of the Polish Academy of Science, issue 1, 1999. It was subsequently published in “Ethical issues arising from the advancement of science”, CUN PAN (Polish Academy of Science), 2003.
ISBN: 83-922032-2-4
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