Dilemata 34:133-137 (2021)

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Jon Rueda
University of Granada
Abstract
Interview with Philip Brey in which he clarifies and exemplifies the concept of ‘socially disruptive technology’, offering a series of key aspects for its present and future analysis from the disciplinary perspective of technology ethics. Philip Brey is Professor of Philosophy of Technology at the Department of Philosophy at the University of Twente. He has been a keynote speaker of the International Workshop on Controversies and Polarization on Disruptive Technologies, that took place virtually and in Granada, on October 5th and 6th 2020. His key-talk was titled “Disruptive Technologies: Social, Moral and Ontological Consequences”.
Keywords Socially disruptive technologies  Ethics of technology  Philosophy of technology  Philosophical interview
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