Soft Determinism in Modern Aviation Warfare: Unmanned Predator Drone


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Soft Determinism in Modern Aviation Warfare: Unmanned Predator Drone
Soft Determinism in Modern Aviation Warfare: An Analysis of the Unmanned Predator Drone (UAV) and the Problematic Abstraction of the Human Casualty of War in Aerial Bombardment
This technological study will analyze the important aspects of soft determinism in the immoral abstraction of human casualties of war that has been generated through the unmanned predator drone (UAV) in modern warfare. By observing the deterministic development of aeronautic design to accommodate human pilots over the 20th century, the creation of the unmanned predator drone has created an ethical abstraction of its role as a strategic military vehicle. While this technology has been a guiding...
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