CFP: Philosophy and Digitalisation

Submission deadline: September 1, 2020

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Contributions are invited under the open ended theme of Philosophy and Digitalization. Our hope is that such contributions will offer original ways to consider and assess the implications of the digital era for humans existentially, for our roles as responsible citizens, and our abilities to act as cognizant beings and so on. Contributions on issues such as privacy, ‘fake news’, ‘swarming’ of public opinion prompted by social media, and broader epistemic behavioral patterns, structures of digital economies, challenges for democracy and social life, as well as basic questions about the nature and interrelations between the analog and the digital are welcome. Reflecting on how to philosophize about digitalization will create and reshape enquiries about human understanding and our place in the world.

Full manuscripts should be submitted September 1. 2020



Esther Oluffa Pedersen (managing editor, University of Roskilde, Denmark) Guest Editor Maria Brincker (University of Massachusetts, Boston, US)

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