- Title Pages
1Back to the Future: The Return of STS to Its “Historical Roots”
2Phil-Tech Meets Eco-Phil
3Is Technology Use Insidious?
4Resistance to Risky Technology: When Are Our Environmental Fears Justified?
5Getting the Bad Out: Remediation Technologies and Respect for Others
6Early Geoengineering Governance: The Oxford Principles
7Design for Sustainability
8Industrial Ecology and Environmental Design
9Ecodesign in the Era of Symbolic Consumption
10Do We Consume Too Much?
11Sustainable Technologies for Sustainable Lifestyles
12Sustainable Animal Agriculture and Environmental Virtue Ethics
13Technology, Responsibility, and Meat
- Philosophy, Technology, and the Environment
- David M. Kaplan
- The MIT Press
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