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Visiting address

Department of Philosophy Faculty of Behavioral Sciences Universiteit Twente Drienerlolaan 5, Enschede The Netherlands

Mail address

P.O. Box 217 7500 AE Enschede The Netherlands

Telephone

+31 (0) 53 489 4426

p.a.e.brey@utwente.nl

Background

Philip Brey (PhD, University of California, San Diego, 1995) is professor of philosophy and ethics of technology at the Department of Philosophy, University of Twente, the Netherlands. He is currently also programme leader of the ESDiT (Ethics of Socially Disruptive Technologies), a ten-year research programme with a budget of € 27 million and the involvement of seven universities and over sixty researchers (www.esdit.nl).  Esdit runs from 2020 to 2029.  He is a former president of the International Society for Ethics and Information Technology (INSEIT), and of the Society for Philosophy and Technology (SPT).  He is also former scientific director of the 4TU.Centre for Ethics and Technology 2013-2017. He is on the editorial board of twelve leading journals and book series in his field, including Ethics and Information Technology, Nanoethics, Philosophy and Technology, Techné, Studies in Ethics, Law and Technology and Theoria. He has led a NWO Vici project for outstanding researchers (2006-2012, budget € 1.25 million) on new media and the quality of life, which has resulted in over 100 peer-reviewed publications, and has coordinated two European Union funded projects, SATORI (2014-2017, budget € 3.7 million, FP7), which aimed to develop international standards and best practices for the ethical assessment of research and innovation and, SIENNA (2017-2021, budget € 4.0 million, Horizon 2020), on the ethical and human rights aspects of emerging technologies, including human genomics, human enhancement, robotics and artificial intelligence.  He is currently also a partner in the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network PROTECT and in the Horizon Europe TechEthos programme.

Research

In his research, Philip Brey investigates ethical aspects of emerging technologies, with a particular focus on information technology, robotics, biomedical technology and environmental technologies. He has developed major new approaches in ethics of information technology, including the anticipatory technology ethics (ATE) and ethical impact assessment (EIA) approaches for assessing ethical implications of new and emerging technologies, the disclosive computer ethics approach for studying values in design, the Ethics by Design approach for AI that is being used in the EU Horizon Europe ethics review procedure (with Brandt Dainow), the ETCOM approach for ethical guidance of emerging technologies, and new approaches for studying the implications of technology for well-being. He has been the first, or amongst the first, to do thorough academic studies of the ethical implications of emerging technologies like the World Wide Web, virtual reality technology, ambient intelligence, facial recognition systems, and 3D printing.

Particular research interests of his include the ethical assessment of emerging technology, ethics of artificial intelligence and robotics, ethics of the (future) internet, ethical aspects of design, innovative approaches to research ethics, the relation between technology, culture and globalization, and the relation between technology and well-being.

PUBLICATIONS (SELECTION)

2022

  •  (temporarily unavailable)Brey, P. (2022). Research Ethics Guidelines for the Engineering Sciences and Computer and Information Sciences. In K. Laas, E. Hildt, and M. Davis (Eds.), Codes of Ethics and Ethical Guidelines: Emerging Technologies, Changing Fields. Dordrecht: Springer. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2022). Understanding Engineering Design and Its Social, Political, and Moral Dimensions. In S. Vallor (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Technology, Oxford University Press. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Waelen, R. and Brey, P. (2022). Ethical Dimensions of Facial Recognition and Video Analytics in Surveillance. In M. Boylan (Ed.), Ethics in the AI, Techno and Information Age. Rowman & Littlefiel.

2021

  • Resseguier, A., Brey, P., Dainow, B., and Drozdzewska, A. (2021). Multi-stakeholder Strategy for Ethical AI and Robotics. Annex 1 to Deliverable D5.4 of the SIENNA project. 20 pp. available online
  • Erden, Y. J., and Brey, P. (2021). Ethical Guidelines for Research with a Potential for Human Enhancement. Policy Brief of the SIENNA project. 12 pp. available online
  • Erden, Y. J., and Brey, P. (2021). Promoting Ethics for Human Enhancement Technologies. Policy Brief No. 5 of the SIENNA project. 4 pp. available online
  • Jansen, P., Henschke, A., Erden, Y. J., Marchiori, S., Brey, P., and Hoefsloot, M. (2021). Ethics by Design and Research Ethics for AI. Deliverable D5.7 of the SHERPA project. 48 pp. available online
  • Stahl, B. C., Andreou, A., Brey, P., Hatzakis, T., Kirichenko, A., Macnish, K., Patel, A., Ryan, M., and Wright, D. (2021). Artificial Intelligence for Human Flourishing. Beyond Principles for Machine Learning. Journal of Business Research (124), 374-388.

2020

  • Brey, P. (2020). Recent Developments in Dutch and European Philosophy and Ethics of Technology. Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology, 24(4): 36-42. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P., Dainow, B., Erden, Y. J., Matar, A., Jansen, P., Rodrigues, R., Santiago, N., Resseguier, A., Tambornino, L., Lanzerath, D., and Hoevel, P. (2020). Methods for Translating Ethical Analysis into Instruments for the Ethical Development and Deployment of Emerging Technologies. Deliverable D6.3 of the SIENNA project. 89 pp. available online
  • Brey, P., Jansen, P., Lundgren, B. and Resseguier, A. (2020). An Ethical Framework for the Development and Use of AI and Robotics Technologies. Deliverable D4.7 of the SIENNA project. 24 pp. available online
  • Brey, P., King, O., Jansen, P., Dainow, B., Erden, Y. J., Rodrigues, R., Resseguier, A., Diez Rituerto, M., Hatzakis, T., and Matar, A. (2020). Generalised Methodology for Ethical Assessment of Emerging Technologies. Deliverable D6.1 of the SIENNA project. 112 pp. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P., Lundgren, B., Macnish, K., and Ryan, M. (2020). Guidelines for the Ethical Development of AI and Big Data Systems. An Ethics by Design Approach. SHERPA project. 46 pp. available online
  • Brey, P., Lundgren, B., Macnish, K., and Ryan, M. (2020). Guidelines for the Ethical Use of AI and Big Data Systems. SHERPA project. 44 pp. available online
  • Erden, Y., Brey, P., Gaillard, M., King, O. C., and Bergamin, E. (2020). Methods for Promoting Ethics for Human Enhancement. Deliverable D5.3 of the SIENNA project. 60 pp. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Jensen, S. R., Nagel, S., Brey, P., Kudlek, K., Ditzel, T., Oluoch, I., Zuiderduin, A.-C., Wagner, N.-F., Wiseman, H., and Miah, A. (2020). Ethical Analysis of Human Enhancement Technologies. Deliverable D3.4 of the SIENNA project. 158 pp. available online
  • Kühler, M., Wagner, N.-F., Brey, P., Jensen, S. R., Nagel, S., and Zuiderduin, A.-C. (2020). Proposal for an Ethical Framework for Human Enhancement. Deliverable D3.7 of the SIENNA project. 35 pp. available online
  • Resseguier, A., Brey, P., Dainow, B., Drozdzewska, A., Santiago, N., and Wright, D. (2020). Multi-stakeholder Strategy and Practical Tools for Ethical AI and Robotics. Deliverable D5.4 of the SIENNA project. 173 pp. available online
  • Tambornino, L., Lanzerath, D., Hoevel, P., Lindermann, T., Siemaszko, K., Kalisz, M., Matar, A., Hansson, M., Resseguier, A., Rodrigues, R., Brey, P., Drozdzewska, A., Erden, Y., Bergamin, E., Kalisz, M., Doppelfeld, E. and Ribeiro, M. A. (2020). Reporting Documenting Elements to Open and Complement Operational Guidelines for Research Ethics Committees. Deliverable D5.1 of the SIENNA project. 71 pp. available online
  • Verbeek, P-P. C. C., Brey, P., van Est, R., van Gemert, L., Heldeweg, M., and Moerel, L. (2020). Ethische analyse van de COVID-19 Notificatie-App ter Aanvulling op Bron en Contactonderzoek GGD. available online

2019

  • Brey, P. (2019). Responsible Research and Innovation: The Current Discourse. In Q. Wang and P. Brey (Eds.). Theory and Practice of Responsible Innovation. (In Chinese.) Science Press.
  • Brey, P., Gauttier, S. and Milam, P. (2019). Harmful internet use. Part II: Impact on culture and society. STOA Study PE 624.269, Scientific Foresight Unit within the Directorate-General for Parliamentary Research Services (DG EPRS) of the European Parliament. 68 pp. available online
  • Brey, P., Gauttier, S. and Milam, P. (2019). STOA Options Brief: Harmful internet use. Part II: Impact on culture and society. Based on STOA Study PE 624.269. 4 pp. available online
  • Brey, P., Lundgren, B., Macnish, K. and Ryan, M. (2019). Guidelines for the development and use of Smart Information Systems. Deliverable D3.2 of the SHERPA project. 203 pp. available online
  • Fernow, J., de Miguel Beriain, I., Brey, P., and Stahl, B. (2019). Setting Future Ethical Standards for ICT, Big Data, AI and Robotics. ORBIT Journal, 2019(1). available online
  • Hamlyn, R., Brey, P., Rodrigues, R., Resseguier, A., Jansen, P., Prudhomme, M., Hanson, T., Greene, O., and Spedding, G. (2019). Public Views on Artificial Intelligence and Robots Across 11 EU and non-EU Countries. Deliverable D4.5 of the SIENNA project. 62 pp. available online
  • Jansen, P., Brey, P., Fox, A., Maas. J., Hillas, B., Wagner, N., Smith, P., Oluoch, I., Lamers, L, Van Gein, H., Resseguier, A., Rodrigues, R., Wright, D. and Douglas, D. (2019). Ethical Analysis of AI and Robotics Technologies. Deliverable D4.4 of the SIENNA project. 226 pp. available online
  • Ryan, M., Brey, P., Macnish, K., Hatzakis, T., King, O., Maas, J., Haasjes, R., Fernandez, A., Martorana, S., Oluoch, I., Eren, S., and Van Der Puil, R. (2019). Ethical Tensions and Social Impacts [of Smart Information Systems]. Deliverable D1.4 of the SHERPA project. 165 pp. available online
  • Wang, Q. and Brey, P. (Eds.) (2019). Theory and Practice of Responsible Innovation. Science Press. (In Chinese) available online

2018

  • Brey, P. (2018). The Strategic Role of Technology in a Good Society. Technology in Society, 52, 39-45. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Jansen, P., Broadhead, S., Rodrigues, R., Wright, D., Brey, P., Fox, A., and Wang, N. (2018). State-of-the-art Review. Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. Deliverable D4.1 of the SIENNA project. 102 pp. available online
  • Jensen, S. R., Nagel, S., Brey, P., Ditzel, T., Rodrigues, R., Broadhead, S., and Wright, D. (2018). State-of-the-art Review. Human Enhancement. Deliverable D3.1 of the SIENNA project. 93 pp. available online
  • Reijers, W., Wright, D., Brey, P., Weber, K., Rodrigues, R., O’Sullivan, D., and Gordijn, B. (2018). Methods for Practising Ethics in Research and Innovation: A Literature Review, Critical Analysis and Recommendations. Science and Engineering Ethics, 24(5), 1437-1481. available online
  • Rodrigues, R., Broadhead, S., Brey, P., Warso, Z., Hanson, T., Tambornino, L., and Lanzerath, D. (2018). The Consortium’s Methodological Handbook. Deliverable D1.1 of the SIENNA project. 86 pp. available online

2017

  • Brey, P. (2017). Ethics of Emerging Technologies. In S. O. Hansson (Ed.), The Ethics of Technology: Methods and Approaches (pp. 175-192). London: Rowman and Littlefield International. click to open pdf
  • Brey, P. (2017). Sustainable Technologies for Sustainable Lifestyles. In Kaplan, D. (Ed.), Philosophy, Technology and the Environment (pp. 191-212), Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. click to open pdf
  • Brey, P. (2017). The strategic role of technology in a good society. Technology in Society. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.techsoc.2017.02.002 click to open pdf
  • Brey, P. (2017). Theorizing Technology and Its Role in Crime and Law Enforcement. In M. McGuire and T. Holt (Ed.), The Routledge International Handbook of Technology, Crime and Justice (pp. 17-34). New York: Routledge. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P., Clare-Egan, S., Rodrigues, R. & Jansen, P. (2017). The Ethical Assessment of Research and Innovation – A Reflection on the State of the Art. In R. Iphofen (Ed.), Finding Common Ground – Consensus in Research Ethics Across the Social Sciences (Advances in Research Ethics and Integrity series)(pp. 185-198). Bingley, England: Emerald Publishing. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P., Lukovics, M., & Gyurkovics, J. (2017). Science Parks as Seedbeds of Responsible Research and Innovation. In V. Kleschné Csapi (Ed.), ICUBERD 2016 Book of Papers (pp. 93-103). University of Pécs.
  • Gurzawska, A., Mäkinen, M., Brey, P. (2017). Implementation of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) Practices in Industry: Providing the Right Incentives. Sustainability, 9 (10), 1759. click to open pdf
  • Jansen, P., Wessel, R., Douglas, D., Sattarov, F., Gurzawska, A., Kapeller, A., Brey, P., Benčin, R., Warso, S., and Braun, R. (2017). A Reasoned Proposal for Shared Approaches to Ethics Assessment in the European Context. Deliverable D4.1 for SATORI (EU FP7 project). 187 pp. click to open pdf

2016

  • Brey, P. (2016). Constructive Philosophy of Technology and Responsible Innovation. In M. Franssen, P. Vermaas, P. Kroes and A. Meijers (eds), Philosophy of Technology after the Empirical Turn, Springer, 127-143. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2016). Methods in Computer Ethics. Towards a Multi-Level Interdisciplinary Approach. In J. Weckert (Ed.), Computer Ethics (pp. 233-237). London: Routledge. [Reprint from Brey 2000]
  • Brey P. (2016). Self-Identity and the Evaluation of Medical Technology. In M. Bottis & F. Panagopoulou-Koutnatzi (Eds.), Bioethical Concerns – The Human Face (pp. 53-66). Athens: Papazissi Publications, (book in Greek and English). click to open pdf

2015

  • Boer, J. de, Rijt, J., Wong, P., & Brey, P. (2015). Introduction. Four Types of Questions about Well-Being. In J. Søraker, P. Wong, J. Boer, J. De Rijt, and P. Brey (Eds.), Well-Being in Contemporary Society (pp. ix-xiv). Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Brey, P. (2015). Design for the Value of Human Well-Being. In J. van den Hoven, P. Vermaas, & I. van de Poel (Eds.), Handbook of Ethics, Values, and Technological Design. Sources, Theory, Values and Application Domains (pp. 365-382). Dordrecht: Springer. click to open pdf
  • Brey, P. and Jansen, P. (2015). Ethics Assessment in Different Fields: Engineering Sciences. Annex 2.b.1 to SATORI Deliverable D1.1 (EU FP7 Project). 27 pp. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. and Nagel, S. (2015). Bioengineering. In Henk ten Have (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Global Bioethics, Springer. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P., Reijers, W., Rangi, S., Toljan, D., Romare, J., Collste, G., Warso, Z. and Sczaniecki, M. (2015). International differences in ethical standards and in the interpretation of legal frameworks. Deliverable D3.2 for SATORI (EU FP7 project). 137 pp. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Gurzawska, A., Cardone, R., Porcari, A. Mantovani, E. and Brey, P. (2015). Ethics assessment and Guidance in Different Types of Organisations: Industry. Annex 3.h to SATORI Deliverable D1.1 (EU FP7 Project). 50 pp. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Ming, X., Douglas, D., Gurzawska, A. and Brey, P. (2015). Ethics Assessment in Different Countries: China. Annex 4.b to SATORI Deliverable D1.1 (EU FP7 Project). 34 pp. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Øjvind Nielsen, R, Gurzawska, A. and Brey, P. (2015). Ethical Impact Assessment and Conventional Impact Assessment. Annex 1.a to SATORI Deliverable D1.1 (EU FP7 Project). 18 pp. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Rangi, S., Brey, P., Jansen, P., Sattarov, F., Gurzawska, A., Warso, Z. and Sczaniecki, M. (2015). How Globalisation Is Changing Research Agendas, Activities and Assessment Procedures within Research & Innovation. Deliverable D3.3 for SATORI (EU FP7 project). 108 pp. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Shelley-Egan, C., Brey, P., Rodrigues , R., Douglas, D., Gurzawska, A., Bitsch, L., Wright, D. and Wadhwa, K. (2015). Ethical Assessment of Research and Innovation: A Comparative Analysis of Practices and Institutions in the EU and selected other countries. Deliverable D1.1 for SATORI (EU FP7 project). 113 pp. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Søraker, J. and Brey, P. (2015). Ethics Assessment in Different Fields: Information Technology. Annex 2.b.1 to SATORI Deliverable D1.1 (EU FP7 Project). 19 pp. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Søraker, J., Wong, P., Boer, J., De Rijt, J., & Brey, P. (Eds.) (2015). Well-Being in Contemporary Society. (Happiness Studies Book Series). Berlin: Springer. available online

2014

  • Brey, P. (2014). From Moral Agents to Moral Factors: The Structural Ethics Approach. In P. Kroes & P. P. Verbeek (Eds.), The Moral Status of Technical Artifacts (pp. 125-142). Dordrecht: Springer. click to open pdf
  • Brey, P. (2014). From Reflective to Constructive Philosophy of Technology. Journal of Engineering Studies, 6 (2), 129-136 (in Chinese). English version available here click to open pdf
  • Brey, P. (2014). Prosthetics. In J. Holbrook (Ed.), Ethics, Science, Technology, and Engineering: A Global Resource (Second edition of the Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics). MacMillan. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2014). The Physical and Social Reality of Virtual Worlds. In M. Grimshaw (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Virtuality (pp. 42-54). Oxford: Oxford University Press. click to open pdf
  • Brey, P. (2014). Virtual Reality and Computer Simulation. In R. Sandler (Ed.), Ethics and Emerging Technologies (pp. 315-332). London: Palgrave-Macmillan. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Søraker, J. and Brey, P. (2014). Systematic Review of Industry Relevant RRI Discourses. Responsible Industry Deliverable D1.1 (EU FP7 Project). 52 pp. click to open pdf
  • Søraker, J. and Brey, P. (2014). Virtual Environments. In J. Holbrook (Ed.), Ethics, Science, Technology, and Engineering: A Global Resource (Second edition of the Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics). MacMillan. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)

2012

  • Brey, P. (2012). Anticipating Ethical Issues in Emerging IT. Ethics and Information Technology, 14, 305-317. click to open pdf
  • Brey, P. (2012). Anticipatory Ethics for Emerging Technologies. Nanoethics, 6 (1), 1-13. click to open pdf
  • Brey, P. (2012). Preface. In J. Strother, J. Ulijn, & Z. Fazal (Eds.), Information Overload: An International Challenge to Professional Engineers and Technical Communicators (pp. xxvii-xxviii). Piscataway, NJ: Wiley-IEEE Press. click to open pdf
  • Brey, P. (2012). Well-Being in Philosophy, Psychology, and Economics. In P. Brey, A. Briggle, & E. Spence (Eds.), The Good Life in a Technological Age(pp. 15-34). New York: Routledge. click to open pdf
  • Brey, P., Briggle, A. & Spence, E. (Eds.) (2012). The Good Life in a Technological Age, New York/ Oxon: Routledge. available online
  • Briggle, A., Brey, P. and Spence, E. (2012). ‘Introduction,’ in Brey, P., Briggle, A. and Spence, E. (eds.) (2012). The Good Life in a Technological Age. Routledge, p. 1-11.

2010

  • Brey, P. (2010). Philosophy of Technology after the Empirical Turn. Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology, 14 (1). click to open pdf
  • Brey, P. (2010). Values in Technology and Disclosive Computer Ethics. In L. Floridi (Ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of Information and Computer Ethics(pp. 41-58). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. click to open pdf

2009

  • Brey, P. (2009). Biomedical Engineering Ethics. In J. Berg-Olsen, S. Pedersen, V. Hendricks (Eds.), A Companion to Philosophy of Technology. Blackwell. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2009). Computer Ethics. In J. Berg-Olsen, S. Pedersen, V. Hendricks (Eds.), A Companion to Philosophy of Technology. Blackwell. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2009). Is Information Ethics Culture-Relative? Cross-Disciplinary Advances in Human Computer Interaction. In P. Zaphiris and C. Ang (Eds.), User Modeling, Social Computing, and Adaptive Interfaces (pp. 259-272). Hershey/New York: Information Science Reference. available online
  • Brey, P. (2009). Philosophy of Technology Meets Social Constructivism: A Shopper’s Guide. In D. Kaplan (Ed.), Readings in the Philosophy of Technology (pp. 98-111). New York and London: Rowman and Littlefield. available online
  • Brey, P. & Søraker, J. H. (2009). Philosophy of Computing and Information Technology. In A. Meijers (Ed.), Philosophy of Technology and Engineering Sciences (pp. 1341-1408). Vol IX in D. Gabbay, P. Thagard and J. Woods (Eds.), Handbook of the Philosophy of Science. Amsterdam: Elsevier. click to open pdf
  • Brey, P. and Søraker, J. (2009). A Précis of “Philosophy of Computing and Information Technology”. American Philosophical Association Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers, 8 (2), 15-16. click to open pdf

2008

  • Brey, P. (2008). Do We Have Moral Duties Towards Information Objects? Ethics and Information Technology, 10 (2-3), 109-114. click to open pdf
  • Brey, P. (2008). Extending Minds and Simulating Worlds: Functional and Phenomenal Roles of the Computer. In A. Briggle, P. Brey, and K. Waelbers (Eds.), Current Issues in Computing and Philosophy, Volume 175, Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications. IOS Press. ISBN: 978-1-58603-876-2. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2008). Human Enhancement and Personal Identity. In J. Berg Olsen, E. Selinger, S. Riis (Eds.), New Waves in Philosophy of Technology. New Waves in Philosophy Series (pp. 169-185). New York: Palgrave Macmillan. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2008). Is Information Ethics Culturally Relative? In E. Eyob (Ed.), Social Implications of Data Mining and Information Privacy: Interdisciplinary Frameworks and Solutions. IGI-Global. available online
  • Brey, P. (2008). Techniek en Alles Wat van Waarde is. Technology and Everything of Value (Inaugural Speech). University of Twente Inaugural Speech Series. Enschede: Universiteit Twente. click to open pdf
  • Brey, P. (2008). Technological Design as an Evolutionary Process. In P. Vermaas, P. Kroes, A. Light, and S. Moore (Eds.). Philosophy and Design: From Engineering to Architecture (pp. 61-73). Dordrecht: Springer. click to open pdf
  • Brey, P. (2008). The Computer as Cognitive Artifact and Simulator of Worlds. In A. Briggle, K. Waelbers and P. Brey (Eds.), Current Issues in Computing and Philosophy (pp. 91-102). Amsterdam: IOS. click to open pdf
  • Brey, P. (2008). Virtual Reality and Computer Simulation. In I. E. Himma and H. Tavani (Eds.), The Handbook of Information and Computer Ethics (pp. 361-384). Hoboken (NJ/USA): John Wiley & Sons click to open pdf
  • Briggle, A., Waelbers, K., and Brey, P. (Eds.). (2008). Current Issues in Computing and Philosophy. Amsterdam: IOS Press. available online

2007

  • Brey, P. (2007). Computer Ethics in (Higher) Education. In G. Dodig-Crnkovic & S. Stuart (Eds.), Computation, Information Cognition: The Nexus and the Liminal (pp. 341-363). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2007). Ethical Aspects of Information Security and Privacy. In M. Petcovic & W. Jonker (Eds.), Security, Privacy and Trust in Modern Data Management (pp. 21-36). New York: Springer. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2007). Is Information Ethics Culture-Relative? International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction, 3(3), 12-24. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2007). Method in Computer Ethics: Toward a Multi-Level Interdisciplinary Approach. In J. Weckert (Ed.), Computer Ethics. International Library of Essays in Public and Professional Ethics Series (pp. 233-240). Brookfield (USA): Ashgate Publishing Company. [Reprint from Brey 2000]
  • Brey, P. (2007). Nieuwe Media en Het Goede Leven. Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte, 132-140.
  • Brey, P. (2007). The Technological Construction of Social Power. Social Epistemology, 22 (1), 71-95. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2007). Theorizing the Cultural Quality of New Media. Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology, 11 (1), 1-18. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Hinman, L., Brey, P., Floridi, L., Grodzinsky, F. and Introna, L. (Eds.) (2007). Proceedings of CEPE 2007. The 7th International Conference of Computer Ethics: Philosophical Enquiry. Enschede: Center for Telematics and Information Technology. ISSN 0929-0672.
  • Søraker, J. H. & Brey, P. (2007). Ambient Intelligence and Problems with Inferring Desires from Behaviour. International Review of Information Ethics, 8 (1), 7-12. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)

2006

  • Brey, P. (2006). Editorial Introduction. Privacy and Surveillance. Ethics and Information Technology, 7 (4), 183-184. available online
  • Brey, P. (2006). Ethical Aspects of Behavior-Steering Technology. In P. P. C. C. Verbeek & A. Slob (Eds.), User Behavior and Technology Develepment, (pp. 357-364). Dordrecht: Springer. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2006). Evaluating the Social and Cultural Implications of the Internet. Computers and Society 36 (3), 41-48. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2006). Freedom and Privacy in Ambient Intelligence. Ethics and Information Technology 7 (3), 157-166. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2006). Social and Ethical Dimensions of Computer-Mediated Education. Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 4 (2), 91-102. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2006). The Social Agency of Technological Artifacts. A Typology. In P. P. C. C. Verbeek & A. Slob (Eds.), User Behavior and Technology Development (pp. 71-81). Dordrecht: Springer. available online
  • Brey, P., Grodzinsky, F. & Introna, L. (2006). Editorial Introductions. Ethics of New Information Technology. Ethics and Information Technology, 7 (3), 109-109. available online

2005

  • Brey, P. (2005). Artifacts as Social Agents. In H. Harbers (Ed.), Inside the Politics of Technology. Agency and Normativity in the Production of Technology and Society (61-84). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2005). Prosthetics. In C. Mitcham (Ed.), MacMillan Encyclopedia of Science, Technology and Ethics (pp. 1527-1532). Detroit: MacMillan Press. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2005). Techniekfilosofie. Verandert de techniek ook de filosofie?. Wijsgerig Perspectief op Maatschappij en Wetenschap, 45(3), 40-51. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2005). The Epistemology and Ontology of Human-Computer Interaction. Minds and machines, 15 (3-4), 383-398. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2005). The Importance of Privacy in the Workplace. In S. O. Hansson & E. Palm (Eds.), Privacy in the Workplace (pp. 97-118). Brussels: Peter Lang. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2005). Virtual Reality. In C. Mitcham (Ed.), MacMillan Encyclopedia of Science, Technology and Ethics (pp. 2034-2036). Detroit: MacMillan Press. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P., F. Grodzinsky, F., & Introna, L. (Eds.). (2005). Ethics of New Information Technology. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference of Computer Ethics: Philosophical Enquiry. Enschede: Center for Telematics and Information Technology and CEPTES. ISSN 1574-0846.

2004

  • Brey, P. (2004). Disclosive Computer Ethics. In R. Spinello and H. Tavani (Eds.), Readings in Cyberethics, 2nd ed. (pp. 55-66). Sudbury: Jones and Bartlett. [Reprint from Brey 2000].
  • Brey, P. (2004). Ethical Aspects of Face Recognition Systems in Public Places. Journal of Information, Communication & Ethics in Society, 2, 97-109. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2004). Ethical Aspects of Face Recognition Systems in Public Places. In R. Spinello and H. Tavani (Eds.), Readings in Cyberethics, 2nd ed (pp. 585-600). Sudbury: Jones and Bartlett. [Reprint from Brey 2004]
  • Brey, P. (2004). Ethical Aspects of the Virtual European University. EuroPACE report WG9 for the cEVU-project (Collaborative Virtual European University) for the European Commission. 25 pp. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Misa, T., Brey, P. and Feenberg, A. (2003). Modernity and Technology. MIT Press. (Paperback ed. 2004)

2003

  • Brey, P. (2003). The Social Ontology of Virtual Environments. American Journal of Economics and Sociology, [Special invited issue]. John Searle’s Ideas About Social Reality: Extensions, Criticisms and Reconstructions, 62(1), 269-282. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2003). Theorizing Technology and Modernity. In T. Misa, P. Brey, and A. Feenberg (Eds.), Modernity and Technology (pp. 33-71). Cambridge, London: MIT Press. [Translation in Greek forthcoming in 2007 in a book edited by M. Asimakopoulos for Nissos publishers.] click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (2003). Wetenschaps- en Techniekfilosofie. Does it Take Two to Tango? Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte, 95(3), 215-20. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Misa, T., Brey, P. and Feenberg, A. (2003). Modernity and Technology. Cambridge, London: MIT Press.

2001

  • Brey, P. (2001). Disclosive Computer Ethics. In R. Spinello and H. Tavani (Eds.), Readings in Cyberethics (pp. 61-62). Sudbury: Jones and Bartlett. [Reprint of Brey 2000. Also included in 2nd edition of Readings in Cyberethics, 2004, p. 55-66]
  • Brey, P. (2001). Hubert Dreyfus. Human versus Machine. In H. Achterhuis (Ed.), American Philosophy of Technology: The Empirical Turn (pp. 37-63). Bloomington: Indiana University Press. [English translation of Brey 1997] click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Dym, C. and Brey, P. (2001). Languages for Engineering Design: Empirical Constructs for Representing Objects and Articulating Processes. In P. Kroes and A. Meijers (Eds.), The Empirical Turn in the Philosophy of Technology. Research in Philosophy and Technology 20 (pp. 119-148). Londen: Elsevier/JAI Press. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)

2000

1999

1998

  • Brey, P. (1998). New Media and the Quality of Life. Techné: Journal of the Society for Philosophy and Technology, 3(1), 1-23. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (1998). Space-Shaping Technologies and the Geographical Disembedding of Place. In A. Light and J. B. Smith (Eds.), Philosophy & Geography, Vol. III: Philosophies of Place (pp. 239-263). New York, London: Rowman & Littlefield. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (1998). The Politics of Computer Systems and the Ethics of Design. In M. J. van den Hoven (Ed.), Computer Ethics: Philosophical Enquiry (pp. 64-75). Rotterdam University Press. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)

1997

  • Brey, P. A. E. (1997). Albert Borgmann over Moderne Techniek en de Kwaliteit van het Leven. Filosofie, 7(6): 39-40. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (1997). Artifacts as Social Agents. Design and the Social, Cultural and Political Consequences of Technology Use. Internal research report, University of Twente, distributed internationally. 48 pp.
  • Brey, P. (1997). Hubert Dreyfus. Mens versus Computer. In R. H. Achterhuis (Red.), Van Stoommachine tot Cyborg (pp. 43-68). Baarn: Ambo. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P.A.E. (1997). Simulaties Verdringen de Werkelijkheid. Automatisering Gids, 19: 17. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (1997). Social Constructivism for Philosophers of Technology: A Shopper’s Guide. Techné: Journal of the Society for Philosophy and Technology, 2(3-4), 56-78. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)
  • Brey, P. (1997). Sustainable Technology and the Limits of Ecological Modernization. Ludus Vitalis. Revista De Filosofia de Las Ciencias de la Vida [Journal of Philosophy of Life Sciences], 17-30. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)

1996

  • Brey, P. (1996). Philosophy of Technology: A Time for Maturation. Metascience: An International Review Journal for the History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Science, 9, 91-104. click to open pdf (temporarily unavailable)

1995

  • Brey, P. (1995). The Role of Cognitive Science in Epistemology and the Philosophy of Science. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, San Diego. Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Paul M. Churchland.
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