Technologytech‧nol‧‧gy /tekˈnɒlədʒi $ -ˈnɑː-/ ●●● S2 W1 AXE noun (plural applied sciences) countable, uncountable Tnew machines , gear , and methods of doing things that are based on modern information about science and computer systems Modern know-how makes moving cash round a lot simpler than it was. Advances in technology have improved crop yields by over 30%. The second method Nye describes is the contextual method in which, each know-how is deeply embedded in a continual (re)development of the world (Nye, 2007, p. sixty one). In distinction it is only lately that the philosophy of expertise has found the community of engineers.
The fast rate at which expertise is developing with new and improved technologies being developed everyday will take it’s impact on society. A number of philosophers, for example, have pleaded for a democratization of technological growth and the inclusion of odd individuals in the shaping of know-how (Winner …Continue Reading