Conference: Theorizing Technological Mediation

Theorizing Technological Mediation

10, 16-17-18 November, @ Designlab, University of Twente 





Technologies are everywhere and crucially intertwined with your life. Knowledge, morality and even the limits of our imagination are technologically mediated. What does this mean for the scientific knowledge you produce? What does it mean for the ethical evaluations and intentions you live by? And how is technology touching upon the transcendent boundaries of human existence?

On 10, 16-17-18 November, a conference is devoted to these questions in the Designlab on the campus of the University of Twente. On top of having 3 expert workshops on Technology & MoralityTechnology & Scientific Knowledge and Technology & Transcendence, we invite scholars to send in abstracts on Technological Mediation and Philosophy of Technology for a general symposium on November 17th. All those interested are cordially invited! Programs will be made available the upcoming month. For registration and additional information

  • November 10th: Technology and Morality
  • November 16th: Technology and Scientific Knowledge
  • November 17th: Philosophy of Technology and Technological Mediation
  • November 18th: Technology and Transcendence

This conference is part of the NWO funded VICI-program: Theorizing Technological Mediation, led by Prof. dr. ir. Peter-Paul Verbeek.

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