Futures of Science and Technology in Society
Longer-term developments shape the present and endogenous futures of institutions and practices of science and technology in society and their governance. Understanding the patterns allows diagnosis and soft intervention, often linked to scenario exercises. The book collects six articles offering key examples of this perspective, addressing ongoing issues in the governance of science and technology, including nanotechnology and responsible research and innovation. And adds two more articles that address background philosophical issues. Arie Rip is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy of Science and Technology in the School of Management and Governance of the University of Twente.
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