Cases

Theses cases vary significantly in structure. Some are discussion cases that present open-ended situations requiring a response. Some are descriptions of completed actions and call for a judgment on an action taken. Many cases are brief, but some detailed descriptions also appear. Most cases are at least loosely based on real incidents, in order to give a realistic impression of the moral problems that face engineers.

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