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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