Eliot Michaelson, Jessica Pepp, and Rachel Sterken uncover a new speech act.
philosophy of technology
Jean Kazez draws a lesson from David Hockney’s iPad art.
A Q&A with John Danaher about his podcast Philosophical Disquisitions.
Lucy Osler considers how we perceive others in a digitally-mediated world.
Ryan Jenkins shows how blowback against apparently successful technologies can render them counterproductive.
A review by Alexis Elder.
Gareth Southwell considers Marx and technology.
Mariarosaria Taddeo argues that it takes political power in information societies.
Michael Hauskeller and Kyle McNease argue that it’s not so easy to see what’s ahead.
Roberto Simanowski on how new technologies take us out of the present.
Amy Kind hopes for something more than a “moronic stew”.
Wendy M Grossman asks, who cares about causality when you’ve got correlation?