Technology and Human Essence

By Kenneth Kuzmich.

Published by The Technology Collection

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The very core of human existence has always been technological. From the earliest stone implement to the present day space station, technology (the systematic methodology that combines the concept of art, technique, and knowledge) has been a dominant force of the human condition. If technology is determined by a reasoned application for the practical purpose of achieving appropriate and satisfactory results, why are there such ethical dilemmas facing our technological advancements? This paper will address the issues of knowledge, ethics, art, and technology as they have evolved over time. Using specific examples, I will suggest that technology is the essence of humanity.

Keywords: Knowledge, Technology, Ethics

The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp.213-218. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 577.807KB).

Prof. Kenneth Kuzmich

Assistant Professor Global Studies, Department of Global Studies, Mitchell College, New London, Connecticut, USA

Prof. Kuzmich has taught at a number of colleges and universities in New England. He is presently an Assistant Professor as well as Chair of the Global Studies Department at Mitchell College, New London, Ct. He has been a guest lecturer at Griffith College - Dublin, and at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand. He has published in Common Ground’s International Journal of Social Sciences and the International Journal of the Humanities.


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