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Re: Chat with Tom Mahon: Technology and the Humanities
Tom Mahon   11/8/2013 1:36:51 PM
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@ Rich, Susan, Janine -

agreed, these are timeless questions - usually asked in the liberal arts or lit or philosophy.  my question is, why dont we ask them in engineering curricula?  English poet Shelley said, Poets are the unacknowledged legislators of the world. And they were in 1820. Today, tho, engineers are the makers of our digital world.  dont they need a broader view of the world to best exercise that responsibiilty than just enjoying the next IPO?



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