Dr.Nagenborg, M.H. (Michael)

University of Twente

Section: Philosophy
Faculty: Behavioural, Management and Social sciences (BMS)

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Visiting address

University of Twente Cubicus C324 Enschede

Mail address

Department of Philosophy University of Twente Postbus 217 7500 AE Enschede The Netherlands

Telephone

+31 (0)53-4893428

m.h.nagenborg@utwente.nl

Website

@nagenborg_ka

Background

Michael Nagenborg  holds a doctoral degree in philosophy (University Karlsruhe, Germany). His doctoral thesis has been on Privacy and ICT. From 2007 to 2013 he has been a member of the Research Centre for Security Ethics at the International Centre for Ethics in the Sciences and Humanities (University of Tübingen, Germany).

He has been a member of the management committee of the COST action Living in Surveillance Societies (LiSS) and a board member of the International Society for Ethics and Information Technologies (2014-2016).

He is a substitute management team member of the COST action Fostering knowledge about the relationship between Information and Communication Technologies and Public Spaces supported by strategies to improve their use and attractiveness (CYBERPARKS) (2014-2018) and a member of the advisory board for the European project its4land (2016-2020).

He is also a co-editor of the book series Aspekte der Medizinphilosophie (Aspects of Medical Philosophy”, in German) and co-organizes the annual meeting on medical philosophy connected to the book series.

Research interests

  • Applied Ethics (Security, Surveillance, Privacy, Computer Ethics, Media Ethics, Ethics of emerging technologies)
  • Philosophy of Technology (Urban technologies, Dark technologies)
  • Philosophical Anthropology

Scientific publications (selection)

2016

  • A. van Wynsberghe and M. Nagenborg (2016): Civilizing drones by design. In: E. Di Nucci & F. Santoni de Sio (eds.): Drones and responsibility: legal, philosophical and socio-technical perspectives. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 148-166.

2015

  • M. Nagenborg (2015): Security Technologies. In: J. B. Holbrook (Ed.), Ethics, Science, Technology, and Engineering (2nd ed., Vol. 4. Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA 2015, pp. 118-120.
  • M. Nagenborg (2015): Security, Concept and History. In: J. B. Holbrook (Ed.), Ethics, Science, Technology, and Engineering (2nd ed., Vol. 4). Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA 2015, pp. 116-118.
  • Michael Nagenborg and Jessica Heesen (2015): Der Sicherheitsbegriff in systematischer und historischer Perspektive. In: Rita Haverkamp und Harald Arnold (Hg.): Subjektive und objektivierte Bedingungen von (Un-)Sicherheit. Studien zum Barometer Sicherheit in Deutschland (BaSiD). Berlin: Duncker und Humboldt, S. 31-42.
  • Smart oder Stereotyp? - Michael Nagenborg zu Klaus Wiegerling: Philosophie intelligenter Welten. In: Gerhard Gramm, Petra Gehring, Christoph Hubig, Andreas Kaminski, Alfred Nordmann (Hg.): Jahrbuch Technikphilosophie 2015: Ding und System. Zürich & Berlin: diaphanes, S. 217-18. available online

2014

  • J. Heesen, D. F. Lorenz, M. Nagenborg, B. Wenzel, M. Voss (2014): Blind Spots on Achilles’ Heel: The Limitations of Vulnerability and Resilience Mapping in Research. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science. DOI: 10.1007/s13753-014-0014-5
  • Nagenborg, M. (2014): Surveillance and persuasion, Ethics and Information Technology, 16(1), 43-49 available online

2013

  • M. Nagenborg (2013): Ethik als Partnerin in der Technikgestaltung. In: Regina Ammicht Quinn (Ed.): Sicherheitsethik. Wiesbaden: Springer VS 2013, pp. 241-252
  • M. Nagenborg (2013): Medien. In: Armin Grunwald (Ed.): Handbuch der Technikethik. Stuttgart und Weimar: J. B. Metzler 2013, pp. 314-318
  • M. Nagenborg (2013): Widerstand im Zeichen der Maske: Anonymous, Hackerethik(en) und die Frage nach dem Subjekt im Zeitalter digitaler Identitäten. In: Martin Emmer, Alexander Filipovic, Jan-Hinrik Schmidt und Ingrid Stapf (Eds.) (2013): Echtheit, Wahrheit, Ehrlichkeit. Authentizität in der Online-Kommunikation. Weinheim: Juventa 2013, pp. 110-120
  • M. Nagenborg, T. Matzner, H. Koch (2013): Sicherheitsethik. In: Matthias Maring (Ed.): Bereichsethiken im interdisziplinären Dialog. Karlsruhe: KIT Scientific Publishing 2014, pp. 147-162.

2009

  • M. Nagenborg (2009): Designing Spheres of Informational Justice. In: Information Technology and Ethics, 11(3), 175-179.
  • M. Nagenborg, C. Hoffstadt (2009): A life no longer worth playing - Some remarks on in-game suicide. In: Journal of Gaming & Virtual Worlds, 1(2), 83-95.

Professional/Popular publications (selection)

2015

  • Nagenborg, M. (2015): Neue Herausforderungen und Fortschritt in der Ethik. In: R. Ammicht Quinn und Thomas Potthast (Hg.), Ethik in den Wissenschaften. 1 Konzept. 25 Jahre. 50 Perspektiven. Tübingen: IZEW, 191-198.

2010

  • C. Hoffstadt, M. Nagenborg (2010): You’re too Fuckin’ Metal for Your Own Good! Controlled Anger and the Expression of Intensity and Authenticity in Post-modern Heavy Metal. In: Niall W. R. Scott (Ed.): The Metal Void. First Gatherings. Oxford: Interdisciplinary Press, p. 37-45

2009

  • C. Hoffstadt, M. Nagenborg (2009): Game Developers, Gods, and Surveillance.In: Luke Cuddy, John Norderlinger (Eds.): World of Warcraft and Philosophy. Chicago - La Salle, Ill.: Open Court 2009, S. 195-202.

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