|dc.contributor.editor||Matthias Braun, Peter Dabrock, Hannah Schickl||en_US|
|dc.description||This interdisciplinary series of books is devoted to technology futures in their scientific and societal contexts. The use of the plural “futures” is by no means accidental: firstly, light is to be shed on a broad spectrum of developments in science and technology; secondly, debates on technoscientific fields such as biotechnology, information technology, nanotechnology, neurotechnology and robotics are influenced by a multitude of viewpoints and interests. On the one hand, these futures have an impact on the way advances are made, as well as on their results and consequences, for example by shaping the scientific agenda. On the other hand, scientific and technological innovations offer an opportunity to conceive of new futures with different implications for society. Reflecting this reciprocity, the series concentrates primarily on the way in which science and technology are influenced social and culturally, on how their results can be shaped in a responsible manner in society, and on the way they affect our images of humankind.||en_US|
|dc.subject||Between Moral Hazard||en_US|
|dc.title||Between Moral Hazard and Legal Uncertainty||en_US|
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