Media Appearances

Media appearances of 3TU.Ethics members in 2007

Media appearances of 3TU.Ethics members in 2007 include:

  • “Filosoof, schilder, dichter en musicus” (UT Nieuws,13th December 2008). Mark Coeckelbergh about his work, a.o. in the area of robotics and ‘human enhancement’
  • “Techniek zit in alle porien van ons bestaan” (Tubantia, November 25th 2007). Tsjalling Swierstra being interviewed on technological culture
  • “Filosofisch elftal – Leermoment voor de zwijnen” (Trouw, October 17th 2007). Sabine Roeser is one of 11 philosophers who regularly comment on ethical issues in newspaper Trouw (this time on hunting wild boars – should Dutch politicians get involved in this issue?)
  • “Van de vader moet je het niet hebben” (Trouw, October 11th 2007). Peter-Paul Verbeek on distributing child care tasks between parents
  • “Zoekplaatjes tussen de oren” (De Volkskrant, September 29th, 2007). Gert-Jan Lokhorst on the ethics of neuroimaging
  • “Filosofisch elftal – Excuses zijn te gemakkelijk” (Trouw, August 22nd, 2007). Sabine Roeser is one of 11 philosophers who regularly comment on ethical issues in newspaper Trouw (this time on whether apologizing for the misdeeds of your ancestors makes sense).
  • “Betacanon: De transistor”(VK.tv, 12th of July, 2007). Govert Valkenburg on the importance of the transistor
  • “Filosofisch elftal – Virtuele Kinderporno mag”(Trouw, 11th of July, 2007). Sabine Roeser is one of 11 philosophers who regularly comment on ethical issues in newspaper Trouw (this time, the topic is virtual child porn – should it be made punishable?)
  • “Welke Principes Willen we Overdragen op Machine?” (VolZin, 29th of June, 2007). Vincent Wiegel about the (non)sense of automation of ethics
  • “Wie meestemt is niet helemaal lekker” (Twentsche Courant Tubantia, May 31st of 2007). Tsjalling Swierstra on the tv show of Dutch broadcasting corporation BNN on donating organs
  • “De Moraal van de Robot” (VPRO Noorderlicht, 8th of May 2007). Vincent Wiegel about the morality of robots
  • “Wees niet bang voor bevoogding” (Filosofie Magazine, no. 4, 2007). Simone van der Burg on paternalism
  • “Angst is w�l een goede raadgever” (Eos Magazine, March 2007). Sabine Roeser about the role of moral emotions in deciding on risky technologies
  • “Mag de robot mijn oma verzorgen?” (De Volkskrant, 30th of March 2007). Philip Brey and Peter-Paul Verbeek about robot responsibility
  • “Ethiek in Delft” (Delft Integraal, no.3 ’07) / “Ethics in Delft” (Delft Outlook, no.3 ’07). Gert-Jan Lokhorst on the importance of ethics for engineers
  • “De moraal van de tomaat. Interview met techniekfilosoof Peter-Paul Verbeek” (De Helling, March 2007). Peter-Paul Verbeek on human-machine relationships, individual freedom and the ethics of growing tomatos
  • “De vrije wil is nergens in de hersenen te vinden”(Delta, March 15/DelftIntegraal, no.2 ’07). “Free will cannot be found anywhere in the brain” (Delft Outlook, no. 2, ’07). Gert-Jan Lokhorst about the ethical and legal aspects of neurotechnology
  • “Klimaatneutraal vliegen is niet meer dan uitstel van executie” (Volkskrant, 1 maart 2007). Govert Valkenburg on the trend of climate compensation when you are flying
  • “Ethiek zonder opgeheven vingertje” (Delta, no. 2, jaargang 39). Peter Kroes about ethics & engineering
  • “De Transistor” (de Volkskrant, 26th of January 2007). Govert Valkenburg on what everyone needs to know about the sciences in the ‘betacanon’
  • “ICT’er moet ethisch leren denken” (Computable, 19th of January 2007). Jeroen van den Hoven about the importance of ethics for ICT professionals
  • “W�lke kwetsbaarheden willen we? – Inspiratie uit Martha Nussbaums werk voor ethiek van de technologie” (Filosofie, no. 2, 2007). Simone van der Burg on vulnerability