[Air-L] Moral Progress in the Cyberspace

Nathanael Bassett nbasse2 at uic.edu
Sun Feb 18 17:31:46 PST 2018

Hi Jose,

On "moral progress” and technology, I would trouble those concepts by
recommending the work of John Grey, particularly Straw Dogs and The Silence
of Animals. This article
<https://www.fs.blog/2017/02/human-progress-illusion/> provides a brief

Nathanael Bassett
PhD Candidate | Department of Communication
University of Illinois at Chicago
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On February 18, 2018 at 7:27:38 PM, Jose Alarcon (jfag3 at msn.com) wrote:

Dear Colleagues,

I am a Phd candidate researching the moral progress of the individual
produced by the Internet.

I am interested in the impact of the Cyberspace on the moral reasoning and
character building of individuals and thus, society.

Can anyone suggest any research in this area, i.e.: behavioral habits,
ethical attitudes, moral emotions, thinking patterns, in the cyberspace ?

Any suggestions of -scholarship of any type: research, experiments,
databases -or else would be deeply appreciated.

Best regards and thank you in advance,

José Alarcón
UNED-Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia
Facultad de Filosofía
Departamento de Filosofía Moral y Política

jfag3 at msn.com

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