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  • Introduction to Ethics & Philosophy of Information



Overview

 

An introduction to the relatively new field of philosophy of information that will raise your awareness about information in today's society and science to form a practical and ethical framework to use when dealing with information.

 

Keywords
Philosophy

Syllabus/Suggested Schedule

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Ethics & Philosophy of Information (Module 1)

  • Module 1 - What is Information
  • Module 1 - Types of Data
  • Module 1 - Enviornmental and Semantic Information
  • Module 1 - Biology Information
  • Module 1 - Beyond Shannon

Advanced Philosophy of Information

  • Module 2 Advanced Philosophy of Information Overview
  • Module 2 - What is the Philosophy of Information?
  • Module 2 - Semantic Information
  • Module 2 - Levels of Abstraction part 1
  • Module 2 - Levels of Abstraction part 2
  • Module 2 - Levels of Abstraction part 3
  • Module 2 - Digital Ontology
  • Module 2 - A Defense of Informational Structural Realism
  • Module 2 - Action Based Semantics
  • Module 2 - Symbol Grounding Problem

Advanced Ethics of Information

  • Module 3 Advanced ethics of information overview
  • Module 3 Advanced ethics of information: Distributed Morality

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