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Philosophy of Technology

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Philosophy of Technology
Author's Name Affiliation Paper Title
Bernard A. Gendreau Xavier University The Cautionary Ontological Approach To Technology of Gabriel Marcel
Hideyuki Hirakawa International Christian University Coping with the Uncertainty beyond Epistemic-Moral Inability: Rethinking the Human Self-Understanding with Hannah Arendt's Reflection on Vita Activa
Giuliano Pancaldi University of Bologna, Italy The Enlightenment and the Electric Battery
Liana Pop UTCN - Universitatea Tehnica din Cluj-Napoca, Romania Philosophy and Technology
Mike Sandbothe University of Magdeburg Media Temporalities in the Internet: Philosophy of Time and Media with Derrida and Rorty
John Sullins   Synthetic Biology: The Technoscience of Artificial Life
George Teschner Christopher Newport University The Humanities and Telecommunication
Jörg Wurzer   The Win of the Sign Over the Signed: Philosophy for a Society in this Day and Age of Virtual Reality
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