Focused on mapping out contemporary and future domains in philosophy of technology, this volume serves as an excellent, forward-looking resource in the field and in cognate areas of study.
The 32 chapters, all of them appearing in print here for the first time, were written by both established scholars and fresh voices.
They cover topics ranging from data discrimination and engineering design, to art and technology, space junk, and beyond.
Spaces for the Future: A Companion to Philosophy of Technology is structured in six parts: (1) Ethical Space and Experience; (2) Political Space and Agency; (3) Virtual Space and Property; (4) Personal Space and Design; (5) Inner Space and Environment; and (6) Outer Space and Imagination.
The organization maps out current and emerging spaces of activity in the field and anticipates the big issues that we soon will face.