Category Ethics

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 […]

Wear Me: Art | Technology | Body

Next week I’ll be giving a talk at the Wear Me: Art | Technology | Body curated art exhibit and small academic symposium which will be hosted by the Decimal Lab and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. My paper is “Re-Ontologizing the Body: Data and Wearable Personal Status Monitoring (PSM) Devices” and takes […]

Embodied Cognition’s Philosophical Roots

My article, “Embodied Cognition’s Philosophical Roots,” is now up at the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies (IEET). It’s a short article, informal and casual in tone, but it looks at some philosophers  and their theories as being early precursors to embodied cognition.

Video – Daniel W. Smith On the Sources of Normativity: A Deleuzean Account

Daniel W. Smith is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Purdue University and one of the world’s leading commentators on Deleuze. He is the translator of Deleuze’s Francis Bacon: The Logic of Sensation and Essays Critical And Clinical, as well as Isabelle Stengers’ The Invention of Modern Science and Pierre Klossowski’s Nietzsche and the Vicious Circle. […]