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PD Dr. Kühler, M.C. (Michael)

Research My research interests cover ethics, metaethics, applied ethics, the philosophy of personhood, esp. personal autonomy and related topics, the philosophy of love, political philosophy, and action theory. Currently, I am working on normative and evaluative challenges of computer-mediated communication and interaction for the philosophy of love.   Selected Publications Ackeren, Marcel van/Kühler, Michael (eds.) (2016):...

Nolen Gertz

Dr. Gertz, N. (Nolen)

Assistant Professor of Applied Philosophy, University of Twente Nolen Gertz is the author of Nihilism and Technology (Rowman & Littlefield International, 2018), and is currently completing a book on Nihilism for MIT Press’s Essential Knowledge series.  He received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from The New School for Social Research in 2012. His doctoral dissertation...

Lanzing, M. (Marjolein)

Marjolein Lanzing is a post-doc at the Department of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies. Previously, she studied Philosophy (ReMA, cum laude) and Conflict Resolution and Governance (MSc) at the University of Amsterdam. She finished her PhD-research ‘The Transparent Self’: A Normative Investigation of Changing Selves and Relationships in the Age of the Quantified Self...

Hung, C. (Ching)

What is the position and status of technology when it goes into the realm of politics between nature and society? With the concern of environmental sustainability, I has completed a master’s thesis on green architecture and appropriate technology and earned a master’s degree in STS (science and technology studies). Besides this major background, I...

Baş, M. (Melis)

Melis Baş is a P.h.D candidate in the Philosophy Department of University of Twente. Her project is focused on understanding Social Media as a “ground for politics” inspired by Hannah Arendt’s political Theory. Melis studied international relations, political philosophy and philosophy of science, technology and society. Her political background enables her to make connections...

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