Workshop Feminist Philosophy of Technology

Organized by Mark Coeckelbergh and Janina Loh

October 25th und 26th
Lecture room 3D (NIG)

The workshop presents and sparks a dialogue between the prominent approaches within feminist philosophy of technology. We will also explore potential challenges and discourses within current movements of feminist philosophy of technology with a focus on feminist perspectives on politics and science, feminist critical analyses of technology, as well as health technologies and feminism.

Participation is free of charge. Further informations and registration via janina.loh@univie.ac.at

⇒ Schedule

 News

04.10.2018
 

Call for Paper: "Atmospheres of Shared Emotion"

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22.06.2018
 

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GAP-Essaypreis 2018

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23.10.2018
 

Lectures on Ancient Philosophy: Philosophy of the Presocratic

organized by Assoz. Prof. Dr. George Karamanolis (Institut für Philosophie, Universität Wien) and the GANPHÖ (Gesellschaft für Antike Philosophie...

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organized by the Middle European interdisciplinary master's programme in Cognitive Science (MEi:CogSci) and the Research Platform Cognitive Science

25.10.2018
 

Wiener Kolloquium Analytische Philosophie (WKAP) 2018/2019

WKAP is jointly organized by Max Kölbel, Herlinde Pauer-Studer und Hans-Bernhard Schmid

30.10.2018 15:00
 

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