Encountering Life in the Universe: Ethical Foundations and Social Implications of Astrobiology

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Edited by Chris Impey, Anna H. Spitz, and William Stoeger
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Description du livre University of Arizona Press, 2013. État : New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Encountering Life in the Universe examines the intersection of scientific research and society to determine the philosophy and ethics of relating to the Earth and beyond. N° de réf. du libraire ABE_book_new_0816528705

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Description du livre University of Arizona Press, United States, 2013. Paperback. État : New. 226 x 150 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Are we alone in the universe? Are the planets our playground to treat as we will, or do we have a responsibility to other creatures who may inhabit or use them? Do we have a right to dump trash in space or leave vehicles on Mars or the moon? How should we interact with other life forms? Encountering Life in the Universe examines the intersection of scientific research and society to further explore the ethics of how to behave in a universe where much is unknown. Taking contributions from notable experts in several fields, the editors skilfully introduce and develop a broad look at the moral questions facing humans on Earth and beyond. Major advances in biology, biotechnology, and medicine create an urgency to ethical considerations in those fields. Astrobiology goes on to debate how we might behave as we explore new worlds, or create new life in the laboratory, or interact with extraterrestrial life forms. Stimulated by new technologies for scientific exploration on and off the Earth, astrobiology is establishing itself as a distinct scientific endeavour. In what way can established philosophies provide guidance for the new frontiers opened by astrobiology research? Can the foundations of ethics and moral philosophy help answer questions about modifying other planets? Or about how to conduct experiments to create life in the lab or about? How to interact with organisms we might discover on another world? While we wait for the first echo that might indicate life beyond Earth, astobiologists, along with philosophers, theologians, artists, and the general public, are exploring how we might behave--even before we know for sure they are there. Encountering Life in the Universe is a remarkable resource for such philosophical challenges. N° de réf. du libraire AAN9780816528707

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Description du livre University of Arizona Press, United States, 2013. Paperback. État : New. 226 x 150 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Are we alone in the universe? Are the planets our playground to treat as we will, or do we have a responsibility to other creatures who may inhabit or use them? Do we have a right to dump trash in space or leave vehicles on Mars or the moon? How should we interact with other life forms? Encountering Life in the Universe examines the intersection of scientific research and society to further explore the ethics of how to behave in a universe where much is unknown. Taking contributions from notable experts in several fields, the editors skilfully introduce and develop a broad look at the moral questions facing humans on Earth and beyond. Major advances in biology, biotechnology, and medicine create an urgency to ethical considerations in those fields. Astrobiology goes on to debate how we might behave as we explore new worlds, or create new life in the laboratory, or interact with extraterrestrial life forms. Stimulated by new technologies for scientific exploration on and off the Earth, astrobiology is establishing itself as a distinct scientific endeavour. In what way can established philosophies provide guidance for the new frontiers opened by astrobiology research? Can the foundations of ethics and moral philosophy help answer questions about modifying other planets? Or about how to conduct experiments to create life in the lab or about? How to interact with organisms we might discover on another world? While we wait for the first echo that might indicate life beyond Earth, astobiologists, along with philosophers, theologians, artists, and the general public, are exploring how we might behave--even before we know for sure they are there. Encountering Life in the Universe is a remarkable resource for such philosophical challenges. N° de réf. du libraire AAN9780816528707

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Description du livre University of Arizona Press. Paperback. État : new. BRAND NEW, Encountering Life in the Universe: Ethical Foundations and Social Implications of Astrobiology, Chris Impey, Anna H. Spitz, William Stoeger, Are we alone in the universe? Are the planets our playground to treat as we will, or do we have a responsibility to other creatures who may inhabit or use them? Do we have a right to dump trash in space or leave vehicles on Mars or the moon? How should we interact with other life forms? Encountering Life in the Universe examines the intersection of scientific research and society to further explore the ethics of how to behave in a universe where much is unknown. Taking contributions from notable experts in several fields, the editors skilfully introduce and develop a broad look at the moral questions facing humans on Earth and beyond. Major advances in biology, biotechnology, and medicine create an urgency to ethical considerations in those fields. Astrobiology goes on to debate how we might behave as we explore new worlds, or create new life in the laboratory, or interact with extraterrestrial life forms. Stimulated by new technologies for scientific exploration on and off the Earth, astrobiology is establishing itself as a distinct scientific endeavour. In what way can established philosophies provide guidance for the new frontiers opened by astrobiology research? Can the foundations of ethics and moral philosophy help answer questions about modifying other planets? Or about how to conduct experiments to create life in the lab or about? How to interact with organisms we might discover on another world? While we wait for the first echo that might indicate life beyond Earth, astobiologists, along with philosophers, theologians, artists, and the general public, are exploring how we might behave--even before we know for sure they are there. Encountering Life in the Universe is a remarkable resource for such philosophical challenges. N° de réf. du libraire B9780816528707

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Description du livre 2013. Paperback. État : New. 150mm x 15mm x 226mm. Paperback. This book grew out of the workshop 'Astrobiology: Expanding our Views of Society and Self,' held at the University of Arizona's (UA) Biosphere 2 Institute in May 2008Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 269 pages. 0.399. N° de réf. du libraire 9780816528707

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