Technology is Unnatural and often immoral

Apr 5th, 2015
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Technology is Unnatural and often immoral: Deep discussion and critique

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Technology is Unnatural and often immoralPeople hold various perspectives about technology. Some consider technology as unnatural and often immoral. Technology has a wider meaning and can be used to mean using of practical scientific means to accomplish certain task easily. Technology can also be used to mean use of machinery and equipment from the application of science. Technological use is broad and often confusing. However technology use in the modern day is indispensable part of people lives. Although, some loath technology in many ways, it is impossible for them to avoid technology altogether. In household situations many gadget used to make work easier and for the entertainment purposes are as a result of technology. Technology is widely used on our daily lives and its wide scope makes some aspect seem natural while others unnatural. For instance, many consider electricity as a natural existence and that; in fact people cannot comprehend staying without electricity even for a day. Television is also another form of technology that people identifies with as part of their lives. In the past decade almost 90% of American population uses a mobile phone for communication purpose

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