Dr.Klenk, M. (Michael)

TU Delft
Section: Values, Technology and Innovation
Faculty: Technology, Policy and Management

I am a lecturer in ethics and the philosophy of technology at TU Delft. My research covers foundational topics about the nature of morality, moral change, and moral knowledge. I take an interdisciplinary approach to these questions and use resources from metaethics, epistemology, anthropology, and moral psychology in pursuit of answers. Before coming to Delft, I completed my PhD at Utrecht University. I was also a Visiting Fellow at Columbia University, Harvard University, and Oxford University during my PhD. Earlier still, before coming to Utrecht, I worked as a management consultant at Atos Consulting in Munich. My research is at the intersection of metaethics (the foundations of ethics), epistemology (the foundations of knowledge and justified belief), and moral psychology. I have published on the (meta-)ethical implications of evolutionary explanations of morality. My current projects are a non-objectivist account of norm change, experimental work on folk conceptions of moral objectivity, and topics in the ethics of technology (related to social media) and business ethics.

Visiting address

Gebouw 31 Jaffalaan 5 2628 BX Delft

Telephone

+31 152787828

m.b.o.t.klenk@tudelft.nl

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