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635 hits Rate me! Share Favorite | Flag 14 years ago by MelLowStar

Does the destructive potential of technology undermine humans` attempts to master technology?


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14 yrs ago - Wednesday 6/6/07 - 11:07:30 AM EST (GMT-5)
I don't think it does
14 yrs ago - Sunday 6/10/07 - 10:07:40 AM EST (GMT-5)
Keep in mind that things like forks and hammers and running water are technology too. Are they too potentially destructive to be mastered?
13 yrs ago, 1 mos ago - Monday 4/28/08 - 3:28:42 AM EST (GMT-5)
I don't think so. Unfortunately war has become one of the major reasons technology moves forward.
13 yrs ago, 1 mos ago - Monday 4/28/08 - 3:30:45 AM EST (GMT-5)
The potential of technology only underscores that human beings are fundamentally rational, but capable of evil.



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