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On Sprague's 'The Voice of Experience'
|Title||On Sprague's 'The Voice of Experience'|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1998|
|Authors||Broome, Taft H.|
|Journal||Science and Engineering Ethics|
This paper is a commentary on Sprague's paper 'The Voice of Experience'. Speaking in the first person, Sprague gives an account of a whistle-blowing event and related family experiences. Said to lie beyond the understanding of inexperienced observers, the account is not universalized. This commentary argues that as a transcendent engagement of existential philosophy, literature and ethics, Sprague's paper is an instance of science, technology and society or science and technology studies discourse.
Cover Date: January 1998.Source Info: 4(1), 45-50. Language: English. Journal Announcement: 32-2. Subject: CONDUCT; ETHICS; SCIENCE; WHISTLEBLOWING. Subject Person: SPRAGUE, R. Update Code: 20090226.