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Journal Philosophy and Technology

Aim & Scope

Technologies have been changing the world for a long time, at an increasing pace, with ever expanding scope and unprecedented impact. They profoundly affect human life and are radically modifying not only how we interact with, shape, and make sense of our world, but also how we look at ourselves and understand our position and responsibilities in the universe. Technologies have brought enormous benefits and opportunities, but they have also raised new and pressing challenges, whose complexity and global dimensions are rapidly expanding and evolving. Philosophy & Technology addresses such challenges, in order to improve our critical understanding of the conceptual nature and practical consequences of technologies, and hence provide the conceptual foundations for their fruitful and sustainable developments. The journal aims to publish the best research produced in all areas where philosophy and technology meet. It welcomes high-quality submissions, regardless of the tradition, school of thought or disciplinary background from which they derive. The editorial board reflects this approach in its composition and its world-wide membership. [1]

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Philosophy and Technology , 2024 - VOLUME 37, ISSUE 2

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Extremely Relational Robots: Implications for Law and Ethics

N Jecker

Philosophy and Technology , 2024 - VOLUME 37, ISSUE 2

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Not Relational Enough? Towards an Eco-Relational Approach in Robot Ethics

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Philosophy and Technology , 2024 - VOLUME 37, ISSUE 2

10.1007/s13347-024-00730-2

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Toxic Online Environments are what Makes Rational Persuasion Become Wrongful

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10.1007/s13347-024-00738-8

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Uncovering Digital Platforms’ Ethics and Politics: The Case of Airbnb

S Spier

Philosophy and Technology , 2024 - VOLUME 37, ISSUE 2

10.1007/s13347-024-00742-y

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Comment on Article: ‘Authorship and Chat GPT’ (PHTE D 23 -00197)

E Fricker

Philosophy and Technology , 2024 - VOLUME 37, ISSUE 2

10.1007/s13347-024-00734-y

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AI and Its New Winter: from Myths to Realities

L Floridi

Philosophy and Technology
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