cfp Techne Special Issue "Wittgenstein and Philosophy of Technology"
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Call-Bezeichnung: Call for Papers
Deadline: 1. Oct. 2017
Name der Publikation: Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology, Special Issue
Veranstaltende Institution: University of Vienna, University of Colorado
Guest Editors: Mark Coeckelbergh, Michael Funk (University of Vienna) & Stefan Koller (University of Colorado)
Few philosophers of technology enlist Wittgenstein’s work when thinking about technology, and scholars of Wittgenstein pay scant attention to remarks about technology in his work. This double neglect of (aspects of) Wittgenstein’s work is symptomatic of a more general gap between philosophy of language and philosophy of technology. This special issue of Techné: Research in Philosophy of Technology, entitled “Wittgenstein and Philosophy of Technology”, aims to close these gaps with innovative research papers that use Wittgenstein to conceptually develop existing investigations in philosophy of technology and/or to better understand and evaluate technologies in the 21st century.
Contributors are invited to critically reflect on these and other issues from various (disciplinary) perspectives and in particular to ponder the two questions (1) of what philosophy of technology can learn from Wittgenstein, and (2) of philosophy of technology and language can be fruitfully linked.
Papers are expected to typically range between 6000 and 8000 words (including notes and references), prepared for blind review with no identifying references to you or your institution and accompanied by an abstract of no more than 300 words plus 4-6 key words. For detailed instructions please consult Techné’s submission guidelines at www.pdcnet.org/techne/Submission-Guidelines.
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