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Knowing Right from Wrong - A Philosophical Inquiry on Morality and Values By Geoffrey Glass
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“Knowing Right from Wrong” offers a revolutionizing theory of morality and realizing its precepts. It takes the common sense understanding of the value of human beings and develops a... More > theory of morality, aiding one to discover “right from wrong, good from bad, what one ought and ought not to do.” It is an excellent read for the casual reader and recommended to anyone interested in morality and values. Ethicists and theologians will find it enlightening and offering a foundation for evaluating both secular and traditional religious understandings of morality. Philosophers will discover an intriguing challenge to the Kantian (realist) and Humean (sentimentalist) schools of thought, while encountering a refreshing new theory about morality and values. Students will find it be an exciting and easy introduction to moral philosophy. Furthermore, political scientists and human rights activists will find a philosophical basis for the value of human beings and a guide to discovering their rights.< Less
Knowing Right from Wrong : A Philosophical Inquiry On Morality and Values By Geoffrey B Glass
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"Knowing Right from Wrong" offers a revolutionizing theory of morality and realizing its precepts. It takes the common sense understanding of the value of human beings and develops a theory... More > of morality, aiding one to discover "right from wrong, good from bad, what one ought and ought not to do." It is an excellent read for the casual reader and recommended to anyone interested in morality and values. Ethicists and theologians will find it enlightening and offering a foundation for evaluating both secular and traditional religious understandings of morality. Philosophers will discover an intriguing challenge to the Kantian (realist) and Humean (sentimentalist) schools of thought, while encountering a refreshing new theory about morality and values. Students will find it be an exciting and easy introduction to moral philosophy. Furthermore, political scientists and human rights activists will find a philosophical basis for the value of human beings and a guide to discovering their rights.< Less
Knowing Right from Wrong - A Philosophical Inquiry on Morality and Values By Geoffrey Glass
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“Knowing Right from Wrong” offers a revolutionizing theory of morality and realizing its precepts. It takes the common sense understanding of the value of human beings and develops a... More > theory of morality, aiding one to discover “right from wrong, good from bad, what one ought and ought not to do.” It is an excellent read for the casual reader and recommended to anyone interested in morality and values. Ethicists and theologians will find it enlightening and offering a foundation for evaluating both secular and traditional religious understandings of morality. Philosophers will discover an intriguing challenge to the Kantian (realist) and Humean (sentimentalist) schools of thought, while encountering a refreshing new theory about morality and values. Students will find it be an exciting and easy introduction to moral philosophy. Furthermore, political scientists and human rights activists will find a philosophical basis for the value of human beings and a guide to discovering their rights.< Less
Value and Representation: Three Essays Exploring the Implications of a Pragmatic Epistemology for Moral Thought By Stuart W. Mirsky
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Addressing the epistemological question of how knowledge of a world is enabled in creatures like ourselves, Stuart W. Mirsky argues that moral claims can only be understood within the broader scope... More > of valuational activities in general which form one of two essential pillars to make knowledge of a world possible. Without the capacity to value, he suggests, there can be neither referring nor asserting, both essential to our ability to conceive a world and live within it. Thus valuing can be seen to be a critical element in the formation of human knowledge, placing our ethical judgments on firmer epistemic footing than contemporary philosophy has heretofore allowed.< Less
Value Creation 4.0 - Marketing Products in the 21st Century By Gábor Rekettye
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Value Creation 4.0 is a marketing guide to the age of the fourth industrial revolution (‘Industry 4.0’). This title draws attention to the situation which poses new challenges and risks... More > for the whole of humanity. The book takes an essentially practice-oriented approach. The book intends to highlight the importance of the topic, define its conceptual framework and present its practical applications. The book is therefore primarily recommended for practitioners. The topics of the book together with the supporting exhibits and cases – which also include international dimensions – provide information for them that can help increase their competitiveness. The book can also be very handy in higher education. Whole courses can be built on it, as the book comprises 4 parts and 14 chapters which can provide the basis for lectures. Each part is illustrated with cases, and some of the more than 30 exhibits could be used for the efficient processing of the material and for further reflection.< Less
Value Creation 4.0 - Marketing Products in the 21st Century By Gábor Rekettye
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Premium Print copy of Value Creation 4.0. This book is a marketing guide to the age of the fourth industrial revolution (‘Industry 4.0’). Rekettye draws attention to the situation which... More > poses new challenges and risks for the whole of humanity. He takes an essentially practice-oriented approach. The book intends to highlight the importance of the topic, define its conceptual framework and present its practical applications. The book is therefore primarily recommended for practitioners. The topics of the book together with the supporting exhibits and cases – which also include international dimensions – provide information for them that can help increase their competitiveness. The book can also be very handy in higher education. Whole courses can be built on it, as the book comprises 4 parts and 14 chapters which can provide the basis for lectures. Each part is illustrated with cases, and some of the more than 30 exhibits could be used for the efficient processing of the material and for further reflection.< Less
Value Creation 4.0 - Marketing Products in the 21st Century By Gábor Rekettye
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Value Creation 4.0 is a marketing guide to the age of the fourth industrial revolution (‘Industry 4.0’). This title draws attention to the situation which poses new challenges and risks... More > for the whole of humanity. The book takes an essentially practice-oriented approach. The book intends to highlight the importance of the topic, define its conceptual framework and present its practical applications. The book is therefore primarily recommended for practitioners. The topics of the book together with the supporting exhibits and cases – which also include international dimensions – provide information for them that can help increase their competitiveness. The book can also be very handy in higher education. Whole courses can be built on it, as the book comprises 4 parts and 14 chapters which can provide the basis for lectures. Each part is illustrated with cases, and some of the more than 30 exhibits could be used for the efficient processing of the material and for further reflection.< Less
Volume 7103, Valliant Couturier --- Value over replacement player By Print Wikipedia
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Volume 7103, Valliant Couturier---Value over replacement player Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic gesture towards the... More > inhuman scale of big data. Michael Mandberg wrote software that parses the entirety of the English-language Wikipedia database and programmatically lays out nearly 7500 volumes, complete with covers, and then uploads them to Lulu.com for print-on-demand. Print Wikipedia draws attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. It is also a work of found poetry built on what is likely the largest appropriation ever made. As we become increasingly more dependent on information and source material on the Internet today, Mandiberg explores the accessibility of its vastness.< Less
DIY :: HCI — A Showcase of Methods, Communities and Values for Reuse and Customization By Leah Buechley et al.
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What do makers and crafters have to teach us about the world, ourselves, and technology? People are driven to customize their objects and build things. People also spend copious amounts of time... More > tinkering with the things they own. Groups often get together to share these techniques for building, modifying and embellishing artifacts, and vibrant social communities develop as a result. All of these activities are part of a rich do-it-yourself (DIY) tradition. The contents of this book are drawn from a workshop that we organized for the 2009 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2009). Many members of the CHI research community (not just the editors of this book) already participate in and write for grassroots DIY communities as well. We wanted to provide a forum for participants in these overlapping communities to collaborate around DIY issues and support ongoing research on DIY practice in ways that may be more visible to HCI practitioners and researchers.< Less
DIY :: HCI — A Showcase of Methods, Communities and Values for Reuse and Customization By Leah Buechley et al.
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What do makers and crafters have to teach us about the world, ourselves, and technology? People are driven to customize their objects and build things. People also spend copious amounts of time... More > tinkering with the things they own. Groups often get together to share these techniques for building, modifying and embellishing artifacts, and vibrant social communities develop as a result. All of these activities are part of a rich do-it-yourself (DIY) tradition. The contents of this book are drawn from a workshop that we organized for the 2009 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2009). Many members of the CHI research community (not just the editors of this book) already participate in and write for grassroots DIY communities as well. We wanted to provide a forum for participants in these overlapping communities to collaborate around DIY issues and support ongoing research on DIY practice in ways that may be more visible to HCI practitioners and researchers.< Less

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