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[This is the text of a lecture that I delivered at Tilburg University on the 24th of September 2019. It was delivered as part of the ..read more
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[The following is the text of a talk I delivered at the World Summit AI on the 10th October 2019. The talk is essentially a nugget taken ..read more
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[Amazon.com] [Amazon.co.uk] [Book Depository] [Harvard UP] [Indiebound] [Google Play]After 10 years, over 1000 blog posts, 50+ academic ..read more
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I recently encountered an interesting argument. It was given in the midst of one of those never-ending Twitter debates about the ethics ..read more
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In this episode I talk to Christian Munthe. Christian is a Professor of Practical Philosophy at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. He ..read more
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Via Rochelle Don on Flickr People dispute the ontological status of robots. Some insist that they are tools: objects created by humans to ..read more
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Via Newtown Grafitti No platforming is the practice of denying speakers the opportunity to speak at certain venues because of the views ..read more
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Image via Tim GouwModern life is suffused by technology. We humans do not live in the natural world. We live in the technological world ..read more
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The Philosopher in Meditation, RembrandtI don't see philosophy as a mode of inquiry; I see it as a way of life. Nevertheless, until ..read more
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In this episode I talk to Joseph Reagle. Joseph is an Associate Professor of Communication Studies at Northeastern University and a former ..read more

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