Episode 6.02 The Ethics of Technology

A Christian view of ethics and technology - or, how we think about everything from Uber and Facebook to dealing with poverty.

Tagged: ethics, religion, technology

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Show Notes

We talk about out explicitly Christian ethics - including our ethics of technology. How do we reason about technologies as individuals and communities? What is human flourishing?

Our previous discussion of self-driving cars (and note the title we picked two and a half years ago): 3.13: Inevitable

Articles on the self-driving car crash:

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