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  • 1Science and Ethics of Embryonic Stem Cell Research — ▪ 2000 by Lori P. Knowles and Eric Parens       At the end of 1998, almost simultaneously, one team of researchers announced that it had isolated human embryonic stem (ES) cells and another announced that it had isolated human embryonic germ (EG) …

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  • 2Whewell’s philosophy of science and ethics — Struan Jacobs ON SCIENCE Introduction Among the most prodigious of English minds of the nineteenth century, William Whewell (1794–1866) was at various times, and among other things, philosopher, intellectual historian, scientist, educationist,… …

    History of philosophy

  • 3Science and the Church — • Dicsusses the relationship between the two subjects Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Science and the Church     Science and the Church      …

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  • 4Science — This article is about the general term, particularly as it refers to experimental sciences. For the specific topics of study by scientists, see Natural science. For other uses, see Science (disambiguation) …

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  • 5Science Communication Observatory — The Science Communication Observatory ( [http://www.upf.edu/occ OCC] ) is a Special Research Centre attached to the Department of Communication of the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona (Spain), set up in 1994. The centre is specialized in the… …

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  • 6Ethics — • Many writers regard ethics as any scientific treatment of the moral order and divide it into theological, or Christian, ethics (moral theology) and philosophical ethics (moral philosophy) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Ethics …

    Catholic encyclopedia

  • 7Ethics of technology — is a subfield of ethics addressing the ethical questions specific to the Technology Age. Some prominent works of philosopher Hans Jonas are devoted to ethics of technology. Technology itself is incapable of possessing moral or ethical qualities,… …

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  • 8Science and technology studies — (STS) is the study of how social, political, and cultural values affect scientific research and technological innovation, and how these in turn affect society, politics, and culture. More than two dozen universities worldwide offer baccalaureate… …

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  • 9Science fiction and fantasy in Poland — Science fiction in Poland dates to the late 18th century. During the later years of the People s Republic of Poland, social science fiction was a very popular genre of science fiction. Afterwards, many others gained prominence. Currently there… …

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  • 10Ethics — Eth ics ([e^]th [i^]ks), n. [Cf. F. [ e]thique. See {Ethic}.] The science of human duty; the body of rules of duty drawn from this science; a particular system of principles and rules concerting duty, whether true or false; rules of practice in… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 11ethics — is often defined as the concern with what ought to be, whereas science (including social science ) is concerned with describing reality as it actually exists. This distinction has given rise to the notion that social science should be value free… …

    Dictionary of sociology

  • 12ethics, morals — Ethics is used to refer to a system of moral principles, as one might mention legal ethics, medical ethics, or the ethics of this community. Morals refers to standards or accepted customs of conduct and generally applies to right living in a… …

    Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • 13ethics — ethics, morals 1. Both terms are concerned with the practice of right and wrong. The Concise Oxford Dictionary (1995) defines ethics as ‘the science of morals in human conduct’; what this means is that morals forms the basis of abstract… …

    Modern English usage

  • 14Science, technology, society and environment education — Science, technology, society and environment (STSE) education, originates from the science technology and society (STS) movement in science education. This is an outlook onyou are my amazment science education that emphasizes the teaching of… …

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  • 15Science and mathematics from the Renaissance to Descartes — George Molland Early in the nineteenth century John Playfair wrote for the Encyclopaedia Britannica a long article entitled ‘Dissertation; exhibiting a General View of the Progress of Mathematics and Physical Science, since the Revival of Letters …

    History of philosophy

  • 16Science as a Vocation — ( Wissenschaft als Beruf ) is the text of a lecture given in 1918 at Munich University by Max Weber, a German economist and sociologist. The original version was published in German, but various translations to English exist.In Science as a… …

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  • 17ethics — the science of morals, c.1600, plural of M.E. ethik study of morals (see ETHIC (Cf. ethic)). The word also traces to Ta Ethika, title of Aristotle s work …

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  • 18ETHICS —    SCIENCE of conduct and correct action. Answers questions such as    How can I know what is right and wrong? How should I act in this situation? What do we mean by the term GOOD? …

    Concise dictionary of Religion

  • 19Science of morality — The Good Samaritan by François Léon Sicard. The sculpture is based on a story, and one that would be promoted by science of morality. Nature, habits, culture and norms are all pivotal in this empirical pursuit of harmony among living beings.… …

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  • 20Ethics — For other uses, see Ethics (disambiguation). Philosophy …

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