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By Design: Ethics, Theology, and the Practice of Engineering Paperback – 31 Dec 2013
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[...]an inspiring vision for how engineering can be understood as a Christian vocation, so long as its particular practice serves both moral means and ends. This book is intended first for wellread engineering undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty, but also for students of theology and ethics who are interested in a creative and helpful interdisciplinary project. --J David Moser, Theological Book Review, volume 26, no 1, 2014
Kallenberg is to be commended for seeking to write a substantial account of engineering ethics from a Christian perspective. He has clearly understood important aspects of engineering thinking and linked them well to ethical thinking. Much philosophical and theological scholarship underlies the text. Several of the approaches adopted are innovative and have significant potential for further development. Especially welcome is the emphasis on approaches that stimulate the ethical imagination...Professional engineers with a particular interest in ethics will find the book interesting. Wider dissemination and discussion of the book's account of professional ethical codes could be of great benefit to the development of the profession. --W. Richard Bowen, Studies in Christian Ethics, Volume 27.3
About the Author
Brad J. Kallenberg is Associate Professor of Theology at the University of Dayton, Ohio.