Monthly Archives: November 2015

Mechanology: Machine Typologies and the Birth of Philosophy of Technology in France (1932-1958)

My article on mechanology was just published in the latest issue of Systema. It’s a short article and focuses on a movement in the history of philosophy that was in many ways a failed project and a missed opportunity to create a new field for the philosophical study and science of machines. I address the […]

Fifth Annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics

Tomorrow I’ll be participating in the Fifth Annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics at Loyola University. The talk I’m giving is called “Nonparticipation and Global Digital Citizenship.” Information below is from the Center for Digital Ethics and Policy website. Here’s the schedule. ——————————————————————————————————— The Center for Digital Ethics and Policy at Loyola University Chicago is […]