Planning, Interests, and Argumentation
Visala, Seppo (2009)
Luppicini, Rocci and Adell Rebecca (eds.)
Handbook of Research on Technoethics
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Within the organisational development people's arguments rise from their personal or group interests, which in turn are based on the systemic differentiation of society and technology at a given time. We face a crucial issue: Must we accept separated group interests as inescapable circumstances, or can we reach out for universal human interests? This chapter addresses the issue combining Rawls' idea of an original position behind a veil of ignorance with Habermas' concepts of communicative rationality and discourse.
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