Publications

books

monographs

Verbeek, P.P. (2014), Op de vleugels van Icarus: hoe techniek en moraal met elkaar meebewegen. Rotterdam: Lemniscaat, ISBN: 9789047706304 (190 pp.)

Verbeek, P.P. (2011), Moralizing Technology: Understanding and Designing the Morality of Things. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, ISBN: 9780226852935 (200 pp.)-

* Japanese translation: Verbeek, P.P. (2015), 技術の道徳化: 事物の道徳性を理解し設計する. Tokyo: Hosei University Press.

* Chinese translation: Verbeek, P.P. (2016), 将技术道德化. Shanghai: Jiao Tong University Press. ISBN 978-7-313-14422-5

Verbeek, P.P.(2011), De grens van de mens: over techniek, ethiek en de menselijke natuur. Rotterdam: Lemniscaat, ISBN 9789047703532 (144 pp.)

Verbeek, P.P. (2005), What Things Do – Philosophical Reflections on Technology, Agency, and Design. Penn State: Penn State University Press, ISBN 0-271-02539-5 (264 pp.)

Verbeek, P.P. (2000), De daadkracht der dingen – over techniek, filosofie en vormgeving, Amsterdam: Uitgeverij Boom, ISBN 90-5352-630-7, NUGI 611 (304 pp.) (dissertatie, ook verschenen in commerciële editie; 2e druk 2003)

 

edited volumes

Rosenberger, R. and P.P. Verbeek (eds.) (2015), Postphenomenological Investigations: Essays on Human-Technology Relations, London: Lexington Books, 2015, ISBN 978-0-7391-9436-2, (264 pp.)

Kroes, P. and P.P. Verbeek (eds.) (2014), The Moral Status of Technical Artefacts. Dordrecht: Springer, ISBN 978-94-007-7913-6 (248 pp.)

Verbeek, P.P. and A. Slob (eds.) (2006), User Behavior and Technology Development – Shaping Sustainable Relations between Consumers and Technologies. Dordrecht: Springer, ISBN 1-4020-4433-X / 978-1-4020-4433-5 (412 pp.)

 

special issues (edited)

Van de Poel, I.R. and P.P. Verbeek (eds.), Special issue on Ethics and Engineering Design, Science, Technology and Human Values, Vol. 31 no. 3 (May 2006), pp. 223-380, ISSN 0162-2439 (158 pp.)

Harbers, H. and P.P. Verbeek (eds.) (2006), Themanummer over Posthumanisme, Krisis 2006-1, ISSN 0168-275X

 

scientific articles (peer reviewed)

Verbeek, P.P. (forthcoming 2016), ‘The Struggle for Technology: Towards a Realistic Political Theory of Technology’. In: Foundations of Science (ISSN: 1572-8471)

Aydin, C. and P.P. Verbeek (2015), ‘Transcendence in Technology’. In: Technè: Research in Philosophy and Technology 19:3 (Fall 2015), pp. 291-313, ISSN 1091-8264

Kiran, A., N. Oudshoorn, P.P. Verbeek (2015), ‘Beyond checklists: toward an ethical-constructive technology assessment’. In: Journal of Responsible Innovation 2:1, pp. 5 – 19. ISSN 2329-9460

Dorrestijn, S., M. van der Voort, P.P. Verbeek (2014). ‘Future user-product arrangements: Combining product impact and scenarios in design for multi age success’. In: Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Vol. 89 (Nov. 2014), pp. 284-292. ISSN: 0040-1625

P.P. Verbeek (2013). ‘Resistance Is Futile: Toward a Non-Modern Democratization of Technology’. In: Technè, Volume 17, Issue 1, pp. 72-92. ISSN 1091-8264

S. Dorrestijn and P.P. Verbeek (2013). ‘Technology, Wellbeing, and Freedom: The Legacy of Utopian Design’. In: International Journal of Design. Vol. 7 Nr. 3, pp. 45-56. ISSN: 1991-3761

Verbeek, P.P. (2012), ‘The Irony of Humanism: On the Complexities of Discussing the Moral Significance of Things’. In: E. Selinger (ed.), Book Symposium on Peter Paul Verbeek’s Moralizing Technology. Philosophy and Technology 2012: 25, 626-631 (ISSN 2210-5441)

Verbeek, P.P. (2012). ‘Expanding Mediation Theory’. In: Foundations of Science 17:4, pp. 391-395 (ISSN: 1572-8471)

Tromp, N., P. Hekkert & P.P. Verbeek (2011), ‘Design for Socially Responsible Behavior: A Classification of Influence Based on Intended User Experience’. Design Issues 27:3, ISSN 0747-9360, pp. 3-19.

Asle H. Kiran and P.P. Verbeek (2010). ‘Trusting Our Selves to Technology’. In: Knowledge, Technology, and Policy Volume 23, Numbers 3-4, 409-427. ISSN 1874-6314

Verbeek, P.P. (2010). ‘Designing the Human Condition: Reflections on Technology and Religion’. In: ET Studies, Vol. 1 Issue 1, ISSN 2032-5215, pp. 39-52

Verbeek, P.P. (2010), ‘Accompanying Technology: Philosophy of Technology after the Ethical Turn’. In: Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology 14:1, pp. 49 – 54

Verbeek, P.P. (2009), ‘Technologie voorbij de mens: naar een antropologie en ethiek van het posthumanisme’. In: Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte 101:1, ISSN 0002-5275, pp. 56-64

Verbeek, P.P. (2009), ‘Let’s Make Things Better: A Reply to My Readers’. In: Human Studies 32:2, ISSN 0163-8548, pp. 251-261

Verbeek, P.P. (2009), ‘Ambient Intelligence and Persuasive Technology: The Blurring Boundaries Between Human and Technology’. In: Nanoethics 3:3, Dec 2009, 1871-4757, pp. 231-242.

Verbeek, P.P. (2008). ‘Cyborg Intentionality – Rethinking the Phenomenology of Human-Technology Relations’. In: Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 7:3, pp. 387-395

Verbeek, P.P. (2008), ‘Obstetric Ultrasound and the Technological Mediation of Morality – A Postphenomenological Analysis’. In: Human Studies 2008-1, ISSN 0163-8548, pp. 11-26

Verbeek, P.P. (2006), ‘Materializing Morality – design ethics and technological mediation’, in: Science, Technology and Human Values, Vol. 31 no. 3 (May 2006), ISSN 0162-2439, pp. 361-380

Van de Poel, I.R. and P.P. Verbeek (2006), ‘Ethics and Engineering Design’, editorial for Special Issue ‘Ethics and Engineering Design’, Science, Technology and Human Values, Vol. 31 no. 3 (May 2006), ISSN 0162-2439, pp. 223-236

Verbeek, P.P. (2006), ‘Tecnopólis: a vida pública dos artefactos tecnológicos’, in: Análise Social 2006-4, ISSN 0003-2573, pp. 1105-1125

Verbeek, P.P. (2006), ‘Moraliteit voorbij de mens – over de mogelijkheden van een posthumanistische ethiek’. In: Krisis 2006 – 1, ISSN 0168-275X, pp. 42-57
Harbers, H. and P.P. Verbeek. (2006), ‘Posthumanisme: ter inleiding’. In: Krisis 2006 – 1, ISSN ISSN 0168-275X, pp. 5-9

Verbeek, P.P. (2005), ‘Verlichting’. In: Krisis 2005-4, ISSN 0168-275X, pp. 105-108
Verbeek, P.P. (2005), ‘De materialiteit van de moraal’, in: Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte 2005 – 2, ISSN 0002-5275, pp. 139-145

Benschop, R. and P.P. Verbeek (2005), ‘De bemiddelde blik – Inleiding bij themanummer Andere ogen’, in: Krisis 2005-1, ISSN 0168-275X, pp. 3-4

Verbeek, P.P. (2002), ‘Devices of the Good Life – on Borgmann’s Philosophy of Information and Technology’, in: Technè, Vol. 6 nr. 1, ISSN 1091-8264, pp. 69-92

Verbeek, P.P. (2000), ‘The Thing about Technology’, in: C. Mitcham (ed.), Research in Philosophy and Technology, vol. 19, ISSN 0161-7249, ISBN 0-7623-0681-5, pp. 281-299

Verbeek, P.P. (1999), ‘Techniek in het geding’, in: K&M – tijdschrift voor empirische filosofie, 1999-1, ISSN 0167-2444, pp. 78-96

Verbeek, P.P. and P. Kockelkoren (1998), ‘The Things that Matter’, in: Design Issues 14 – 3, ISSN 0747-9360, pp. 28-42

Tijmes, P. and P.P. Verbeek (1998), ‘The Place on the Map’, in: Research in Philosophy and Technology, vol. 17, ISSN 0161-7249, ISBN 0-7623-0414-6, pp. 3-8

Verbeek, P.P. and P. Kockelkoren (1997), ‘Voor altijd de jouwe? – over het platonisme in de industriële vormgeving’, in: K&M – tijdschrift voor empirische filosofie, 1997-4, ISSN 0165-1773, pp. 283-307

 

contributions to scientific books

peer reviewed

Verbeek, P.P. (2016). ‘Toward a Theory of Technological Mediation: a program for postphenomenological research’. In: J.K. Berg O. Friis and Robert C. Crease, Technoscience and Postphenomenology: The Manhattan Papers. London: Lexington Books. ISBN 978-0-7391-8961-0, pp. 189-204

Rosenberger, R. and P.P.Verbeek (2015). ‘A Field Guide to Postphenomenology’. In: R. Rosenberger and P.P. Verbeek (eds.), Postphenomenological Investigations: Essays on Human-Technology Relations. London: Lexington Books, ISBN 978-0-7391-9436-2, pp. 9-41

Rosenberger, R. and P.P.Verbeek (2015). ‘Introduction’. In: R. Rosenberger and P.P. Verbeek (eds.), Postphenomenological Investigations: Essays on Human-Technology Relations. London: Lexington Books, ISBN 978-0-7391-9436-2, pp. 1-6.

Verbeek, P.P. (2014). ‘Plessner and Technology: Philosophical Anthropology Meets the Posthuman’. In: Jos de Mul (ed.), Plessner’s Philosophical Anthropology: Perspectives and Prospects. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. ISBN 9789089646347, pp. 443-456

Verbeek, P.P. (2014). ‘Designing the Public Sphere: Information Technologies and the Politics of Mediation’. In: L. Floridi (ed.), The Onlife Manifesto: Being Human in a Hyperconnected Era. Cham/Heidelberg/New York/Dordrecht/London: Springer. ISBN ISBN 978-3-319-04092-9, pp. 217-227.

The Onlife Initiative* (2014). ‘The Onlife Manifesto’. In: L. Floridi (ed.), The Onlife Manifesto: Being Human in a Hyperconnected Era. Cham/Heidelberg/New York/Dordrecht/London: Springer. ISBN ISBN 978-3-319-04092-9, pp. 7-13 [*Stefana Broadbent, Nicole Dewandre, Charles Ess, Jean-Gabriel Ganascia, Mireille Hildebrandt, Yiannis Laouris, Claire Lobet-Maris, Sarah Oates, Ugo Pagallo, Judith Simon, May Thorseth, and Peter-Paul Verbeek]

Verbeek, Peter-Paul (2014). ‘Postphenomenology of Technology’. In: R. Scharf and V. Dusek (eds.), ‪Philosophy of Technology‬: ‪The Technological Condition. An Anthology. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell. 2014.‬ ISBN: 978-1-118-54725-0, pp. 561-572‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

Kroes, P. and P.P. Verbeek (2014). ‘Introduction: The Moral Status of Technical Artefacts’. In: Kroes, P. and P.P. Verbeek (eds.) (2014). The Moral Status of Technical Artefacts. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 1-9, ISBN 978-94-007-7913-6

Verbeek, Peter-Paul (2014). ‘Some Misunderstandings About the Moral Significance of Technology’. In: Kroes, P. and P.P. Verbeek (eds.) (2014). The Moral Status of Technical Artefacts. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 75-88, ISBN 978-94-007-7913-6

P.P. Verbeek (2013). ‘Technology Design as Experimental Ethics’. In: S. van den Burg and Tsj. Swierstra, Ethics on the Laboratory Floor. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 83-100. ISBN 9781137002921

Verbeek, P.P. (2012). ‘On Hubris and Hybrids: Ascesis and the Ethics of Technology’. In: P. Brey, A. Briggle, E. Spence (eds.), The Good Life in a Technological Age. London: Routledge, 2012, pp. 260-271, ISBN 978-0-415-89126-4

Verbeek, P.P. (2012). ‘Humanity in Design’. In: W. Gunn and J. Donovan (eds.), Design and Anthropology. Ashgate Publishing Company, ISBN 1409421589, pp. 163-176

Verbeek, P.P. (2011). ‘Subject to Technology: on autonomic computing and human autonomy’. In: A. Rouvroy and M. Hildebrandt (eds.), Law, Human Agency, and Autonomic Computing: The Philosophy of Law meets the Philosophy of Technology. London: Routledge, pp. 27-45.

Verbeek, P.P. and P. Kockelkoren (2010). ‘The Things That Matter’. In: R. Buchanan et al. (red.), The Designed World: Images, Objects, Environments. Oxford / New York: Berg Publishers, pp. 83-94 (ISBN 987 1 84788 586 9) (reprinted article)

Verbeek, P.P. and P. Vermaas (2009), ‘Technological Artifacts’. Lemma for the Blackwell Companion to the Philosophy of Technology (ed. Jan-Kyrre Berg Olsen, Stig Andur Pedersen, and Vincent F. Hendricks). Blackwell, 2009, pp. 165-171

Verbeek, P.P. (2009), ‘The Moral Relevance of Technological Artifacts’. In: M. Duwell e.a. (red.), Evaluating New Technologies. Springer, Dordrecht, ISBN 978-90-481-2228-8, pp. 63-77

Verbeek, P.P. (2009), ‘Echoscopie en de veranderende beleving van de zwangerschap’. In: G. Alberts e.a. (red.), Gevoel voor Kennis. Jaarboek Kennissamenleving 2009, ISBN 978-90-5260-351-3, ISSN 1871-0034, pp. 159-171.

Verbeek, P.P. (2009), ‘Moralizing Technology: on the Morality of Technological Artifacts and their Design’. In: David Kaplan (ed.), Readings in the Philosophy of Technology. New York: Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 226 – 243, ISBN 978-0-7425-6400-8 (reprinted article)

Verbeek, P.P. (2008), ‘Cultivating Humanity: towards a Non-Humanist Ethics of Technology’. In: Jan-Kyrre Berg Olsen, Evan Selinger, Søren Riis (eds.), New Waves in Philosophy of Technology. Hampshire: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 241-266. ISBN 9780230220003

Verbeek, P.P. (2008), ‘Morality in Design: Design Ethics and the Morality of Technological Artifacts’. In: Pieter E. Vermaas, Peter Kroes, Andrew Light, Steven A. Moore (eds.), Philosophy and Design: from Engineering to Architecture. Dordrecht: Springer, ISBN 978-1-4020-6590-3, pp. 91-103

Verbeek, P.P. (2006), ‘Acting Artifacts – the Technological Mediation of Action’, in: P.P. Verbeek and A. Slob (eds.), User Behavior and Technology Development – Shaping Sustainable Relations between Consumers and Technologies. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 53-60.

Verbeek, P.P. and A. Slob (2006), ‘Analyzing the Relations between Technologies and User Behavior: Toward a Conceptual Framework’, in: P.P. Verbeek and A. Slob (eds.), User Behavior and Technology Development – Shaping Sustainable Relations between Consumers and Technologies. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 385-399

Heijs, W. and P.P. Verbeek (2006), ‘Conceptual Frameworks for Analyzing Technology-Behavior Interactions’, in: P.P. Verbeek and A. Slob (eds.), User Behavior and Technology Development – Shaping Sustainable Relations between Consumers and Technologies. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 81-92

Slob, A. and P.P. Verbeek (2006), ‘Technology and User Behavior: an Introduction’, in: P.P. Verbeek and A. Slob (eds.), User Behavior and Technology Development – Shaping Sustainable Relations between Consumers and Technologies. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 3-12

Verbeek, P.P. (2006), ‘The Morality of Things – A Postphenomenological Inquiry’. In: Evan Selinger (ed.), Postphenomenology: A Critical Companion to Ihde. New York: State University of New York Press, ISBN 0-7914-6787-2 / 0-7914-6788-0
Verbeek, P.P. (2005), ‘Karl Jaspers’, in: C. Mitcham (ed.), Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics. Detroit: Macmillan Reference, ISBN 0-02-865991-0, pp. 1074-1076

Verbeek, P.P. (2005), ‘Artifacts and Attachment – a Post-script Philosophy of Mediation’, in: H. Harbers (ed.), Inside the Politics of Technology. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, ISBN 90 5356 756 9, pp. 125-146

Verbeek, P.P. (2002), ‘Pragmatism and Pragmata – bioethics and the technological mediation of experience’, in: J. Keulartz e.a. (eds.), Pragmatist Ethics for a Technological Culture, Dordrecht: Kluwer, ISBN 1-4020-1115-6, pp. 119-123

Verbeek, P.P. (2001), ‘Don Ihde: The Technological Lifeworld’, in: Hans Achterhuis (ed.), American Philosophy of Technology: the Empirical Turn, Bloomington/Minneapolis: Indiana University Press, ISBN 0-253-33903-0, pp. 119-146

 

non-peer reviewed

Verbeek, P.P. (2011). ‘Designing Morality’. In: Ibo van de Poel and Lambèr Royakkers, Ethics, Technology, and Engineering: An Introduction. Wiley-Blackwell, 2009, ISBN: 978-1-4443-3094-6, pp. 198-216

Verbeek, P.P. (2011), ‘Naar een paternalistische technologie’. In: Dick Pels en Anna van Dijk (red.), Vrijzinnig Paternalisme: naar een groen en links beschavingsproject. Amsterdam: Bert Bakker, ISBN 978-90-351-3702-8, pp. 235-253.

Verbeek, P.P. (2011), ‘Bruno Latour’. In: Bram Ieven e.a. (red.). De nieuwe Franse filosofie. Amsterdam: Boom, ISBN 978 94 6105 019 9, pp. 431-439.

Verbeek, P.P. (2011), ‘Techniekethiek: van beoordeling naar begeleiding’. In: R. Munnik (red.), God, mens en techniek: over religieuze existentie in een technologische cultuur. Nijmegen: Valkhof pers, pp. 44-58.

Verbeek, P.P. (2010), ‘Techniek en de grens van de mens: over techniek, ethiek, en de menselijke natuur’. In: M. Huijer & M. Smits (red.), Moralicide: nieuwe morele vocabulaires voor technologie. Kampen: Klement, ISBN 978-90-8687-058-5, pp. 122-139.

Verbeek, P.P. (2009), ‘Ambient Intelligence en Persuasive Technology: de vervagende grens tussen mens en technologie’. In: Tsj. Swierstra et.al (eds.), Leven als Bouwpakket: Ethisch verkennen van een nieuwe technologische golf. Kampen: Klement, ISBN 978-90-8687-049, pp. 65-103.

Verbeek, P.P. (2009), ‘Een blik in de baarmoeder: de geboortepolitiek van de echoscopie’. In: F. Bolkestein e.a. (red.), De politiek der dingen. Budel: Damon, ISBN 978 90 5573 966 0, pp. 152-166.

Verbeek, P.P. (2008), ‘De grens van de mens: Over de relatie tussen mens en techniek’. In: Luca Consoli and Rolf Hoekstra (red.), Technologie en Mensbeeld. Nijmegen: Valkhof Pers (reeks: Annalen van het Thijmgenootschap), pp. 14-37, ISBN 978 90 5625 277 9

Verbeek, P.P. (2008), ‘De moraliteit van medische technologie’. In: M. Peijnenburg, C. Leget en Th. Wobbes (eds.), Chirurg en ethiek: Mensbeelden en dilemma’s onder het mes. Budel: Damon, ISBN 978 90 5573 894 6, pp. 74-88

Verbeek, P.P. (2007), ‘Beyond the Human Eye: Technological Mediation and Posthuman Visions’. In: P. Kockelkoren, Mediated Vision (English edition). Arnhem en Rotterdam: ArtEZ Press en Veenman Publishers, ISBN 978-90-8690-105-0, pp. 43-53

Verbeek, P.P. (2007), ‘Voorbij het menselijk oog: technische mediatie en posthumane visies’. In: P. Kockelkoren, Mediated Vision (Dutch edition). Arnhem en Rotterdam: ArtEZ Press en Veenman Publishers, ISBN 978-90-8690-088-6, pp. 43-53

Verbeek, P.P. (2007), ‘Integrating Visions of Technology: A Discussion Paper’. In: Integrating Visions of Technology. Proceedings of the 12th annual working conference of the Center for Philosophy, Technology, and Social Systems 2006. Maarssen: Center for Philosophy, Technology, and Social Systems, ISBN 90-807718-5-6, pp. 149-154.

Verbeek, P.P. (2005), ‘Naar een moreel debat over techniek’. In: H. Zwart et.al., Ethiek van de wetenschapscommunicatie, Amsterdam: Boom, ISBN 90 8506 085 0, pp. 68-85

Verbeek, P.P. (2004), ‘Material Morality’. In: Ed van Hinte (ed.), Time in Design. Rotterdam: 010 Publishers, ISBN 90 6450 549 7, pp. 198-210

Poel, I. van de, and P.P. Verbeek (2004), ‘Ethische vragen bij het ontwerpen van techniek’, in: L. Rooyakkers, I. van de Poel and A. Pieters. (eds.), Ethiek & Techniek, morele overwegingen in de ingenieurspraktijk. Baarn: HB Uitgevers, ISBN 90 5574 445 X, pp. 118-142

Verbeek, P.P. (2003), ‘De moraliteit van de dingen’, in: I. Devisch en G. Verschraegen (red.), De verleiding van de ethiek – Over de plaats van ethische argumenten in de huidige cultuur, Amsterdam: Boom, ISBN 90-5352-825-3

Verbeek, P.P. and P. Kockelkoren (1997), ‘Matter Matters’, in: Ed van Hinte (ed.), Eternally Yours: Visions on Product Endurance, 010 Publishers, Rotterdam, ISBN 90-6450-313-3, pp. 101-119

Verbeek, P.P. (1997), ‘Don Ihde: de relatie tussen mensen en techniek’, in: H.J. Achterhuis (red), Van stoommachine tot cyborg – denken over techniek in de nieuwe wereld, Ambo, Baarn, ISBN 90-263-1496-5, pp. 139-158

 

reviews

Verbeek, P.P. (2008), ‘Disclosing Visions of Technology’. Review of S. Strijbos and A. Basden (eds.), ‘In Search of an Integrative Vision for Technology’. In: Technè 12:1 (Winter 2008), ISSN 1091-8264 , pp. 85-89

Verbeek, P.P. (2005), ‘The Matter of Technology. Review of Don Ihde and Evan Selinger (Eds.), Chasing Technoscience: Matrix for Materiality’. In: Technè, Vol. 9 nr. 2 (Winter 2005), ISSN 1091-8264, pp. 123-127

Verbeek, P.P. (2004), ‘Review of Jos de Mul: Cyberspace Odyssee’. In: Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte, ISSN 0002-5275, pp. 305-306

Verbeek, P.P. (2004), ‘Techniekfilosofie in fragmenten’. In: Filosofie 14 – 2, pp. 57-58, ISSN 0925-9449. (Review of C. Hubig e.a., Nachdenken über Technik: Die Klassiker der Technikphilosophie,. Berlin: Sigma, 2000)

Verbeek, P.P. (2003), ‘Material Hermeneutics’, in: Technè, Vol. 6 – 3, Spring 2003, pp. 91-96, ISSN 1091-8264 (review of Don Ihde, Expanding Hermeneutics, Evanston, Il.: Northwestern University Press, 1998)

Verbeek, P.P. (1999), ‘De technologische cultuur en het museum van de filosofie’, in: Filosofie en Praktijk 20-3, najaar 1999, ISSN 0167-2444, pp. 164-167 (review of Gerard de Vries, Zeppelins — over filosofie, technologie en cultuur. Amsterdam: Van Gennep, 1999)

 

professional publications

Verbeek,P.P. (2015). ‘Beyond Interaction: A Short Introduction to Mediation Theory’. Interactions 22:3, pp. 26-31 ISSN 1072-5520

P.P. Verbeek (2013). ‘De Vleugels van Icarus’. In: Ethische Perspectieven. Vol. 23 Nr. 2, pp. 108-123. ISSN: 0778-6069

Verbeek, P.P. (2012). ‘Politics at Issue. On Art and the Democratization of Things’. In: Open 24: The Politics of Things
- What Art & Design do in Democracy, pp. 18-29 (ISBN 978-94-6208-030-0)

Verbeek, P.P. (2012). ‘Politiek in het geding. Over kunst en de democratisering van de dingen’. Open: cahier over kunst en het publieke domein 2012, nr. 24, pp. 18-29 (ISSN 1570-4181)

Verbeek, P.P. (2011), ‘Privacy en Paranoia’. In: V. Frissen e.a. (red.), De transparante samenleving: jaarboek ICT en samenleving 2011. Gorredijk: Media Update, pp. 107-109.

Verbeek, P.P., Jeroen van den Hoven and Ilse Oosterlaken (2009). ‘Ethics and Technology: Responsible innovation and Value Sensitive Design’. In: Omgevingsanalyses van de gezamenlijke researchcentra van de 3TU.Federatie.

Verbeek, P.P. (2009), ‘De Estafette’. In: Wijsgerig Perspectief 49:1 (March 2009), ISSN 0043-5414, pp. 46-47

Verbeek, P.P. (2009), ‘Greep op de dingen / Grasping Reality’. In: Dave Blank and Martha Haveman, Qua Art Qua Science 2004-2008. Enschede: QAQS, pp. 56-59.

Verbeek, P.P. (2008), ‘In den beginne was techniek: Over de technologische bemiddeling van het religieuze’. In: Michiel D.J. van Well (ed.), Deus et Machina: De verwevenheid van technologie en religie. Den Haag: Stichting Toekomstbeeld der Techniek. ISBN 978 90 809613 5 7

Verbeek, P.P. (2007), ‘Techniek en existentie’. In: Filosofie 17-3, pp. 21-16, ISSN 0925-9449

Verbeek, P.P. (2006), ‘Geschiedenis van de techniekfilosofie: geen canon maar zelfreflectie’. In: Filosofie 16-1, p. 45, ISSN 0925-9449

Verbeek, P.P. (2005), ‘De zelfkant van techniek: de existentiële techniekfilosofie van Karl Jaspers’. In: Filosofie 15-4, pp. 46-50, ISSN 0925-9449

Verbeek, P.P. (2005), ‘Beyond the Human Eye: Mediated Vision and Posthumanity’, in: P.J.H. Kockelkoren (ed.), Proceedings of AIAS Conference ‘Mediated Vision’ (CD-ROM; also available at http://www.aias-artdesign.org/mediatedvision)

Verbeek, P.P. (2004), ‘Stimuleer gedragsbeïnvloedende technologie’. In: CDV, Herfst 2004 (‘Tussen Apocalyps en Utopie’), pp. 117-124, ISSN 0167-9155

Verbeek, P.P. (2004), ‘Inleiding’. In: P. Schilperoord, Techniek van de toekomst. Amsterdam: Veen, pp. iv-v, ISBN 9076988382

Verbeek, P.P. (2003), ‘Dingen hebben een morele lading’, in: De Ingenieur 115-17, pp 44-47, ISSN 0020-1146

Verbeek, P.P. (2003), ‘Wat dingen met ons doen’, in: Filosofie Magazine 2003-5.

Verbeek, P.P. (2002), De Macht der Materie – vormgeving voorbij functionaliteit en symboliek, Rotterdam: Stichting Academie voor Beeldende Kunsten en Technische Wetenschappen, sterrenwachtlezing nr. 4, 31 pp. (no ISBN; limited edition)

Verbeek, P.P. (2002), ‘Think Big, Start Small’, in: Krisis, Fall 2002, ISSN 0168-275X

Verbeek, P.P. (2002), ‘Wil de echte Latour nu opstaan?’, in: Filosofie 12-5, pp. 57-58, ISSN 0925-9449

Verbeek, P.P. (2001), ‘Voorbij de empirische wending’, in: Filosofie 11-2 (april/mei 2001), pp. 30-33, ISSN 0925-9449

Verbeek, P.P. (2001), ‘Naar een materiële esthetica – design voorbij functionaliteit en stijl’, Vormberichten 6, juni 2001, ISSN 0923-9111, pp. 14-16.

Verbeek, P.P. (2001), ‘Wat dingen doen – over de invloed van producten op mensen’, in: Product – tijdschrift voor productontwikkeling 9-6, ISSN 0929-7081, pp. 22-23.

Verbeek, P.P. (2000), ‘Naar een materiële techniekfilosofie’, in: Wetenschap, Technologie en Samenleving 2000-5, ISSN 1386-4289, pp. 188-193

Verbeek, P.P. (1996), ‘Eén knotserige boel – over de filosofie van Belcampo’, in: Bzzletin 234, maart 1996, ISBN 90-5501-252-1, pp. 43-46

Verbeek, P.P. (1996), ‘Spoorlijnen okee, maar niet in mijn denken – naar aanleiding van een debat over Marc van den Bossche’s “Kritiek van de technische rede”’, in: Filosofie 6 -3, juni-juli 1996, ISSN 0925-9449, pp. 37-38

 

translations

Latour, B. (2005), ‘Van Realpolitik naar Dingpolitik. Over publieke dingen en de res publica’, in: Krisis 2005-2, ISSN 0168-275X, pp. 40-61 (translation of: Bruno Latour, ‘From Realpolitik to Dingpolitik – an Introduction to Making Things Public’; translation by Sebo Uithol and Peter-Paul Verbeek)

 

Keynote lectures and plenaries (selection):

keynote lecture at 2nd OH-MAN, OH-MACHINE conference on posthumanism, Tel Aviv (17-19 Dec 2016)

keynote lecture 10th CaTaC 2016 (Culture, Technology, Communication), London (16-18 Jun 2016)

keynote lecture at 4th Well-Being@Work conference, Amsterdam (30 May 2016)

keynote lecture at 19th Annual International Philosophy of Nursing Conference, Stockholm (25 Aug 2015)

keynote lecture / presidential address, biennial conference of the Society for Philosophy and Technology, Shenyang, China(2-6 Jul 2015)

keynote lecture ‘Design 4 Society: revisiting the morality of things’. Conference ‘Engineering 4 Society’, Leuven University (19 Jun 2015)

keynote lecture, conference ‘Grand challenges and our obligations to future generations’, Trondheim (21 May 2015)

keynote lecture, Participatory Innovation Conference 2015 (The Hague, 20 May 2015)

keynote lecture ‘Rethinking the Morality of Things: moral mediation, mediated morality, and the ethics of technology. Conference ‘Moralische Produkte – Politik und Ethik von Artefakten’, Potsdam (9/10 May 2015)

keynote lecture conference Negotiating Life in the Digital World (Digital Enlightenment Forum, Kilkenny, IRL, 26 Mar 2015)

keynote at COMMIT 2014 conference: The Big Future of Data (Amsterdam, 2 Oct 2014)

intervention at joint conference Society for European Philosophy and Forum for European Philosophy ‘Philosophy after Nature’, Utrecht (Utrecht, 4 Sept 2014)

keynote ‘Design for Society: understanding and evaluating the relations between humans and technologies’, E&PDE 2014 conference: the 16th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education, University of Twente (4 Sept 2014)

opening keynote lecture DIS2014 conference (Design for Interactive Systems), Vancouver (23 Jun 2014)

keynote lecture at the 8th International Conference on Applied Ethics (Nov. 1-3, 2013, Sapporo, Japan)

keynote lecture at symposium Negotiating the Terrain of Design Studies (The New School, NY, 2012)

keynote lecture at Marshall McLuhan Centennial Conference (Brussels, 2011)

keynote lecture at international conference ‘Materialitäten’ (Mainz, 2011)

plenary lecture at Stony Brook University, New York (Heidegger lecture series, 2010)

plenary lecture at workshop Objects of Energy Consumption: Using Material Culture as Source for an Environmental and Consumption-Oriented History of Technology, Deutsches Museum, Kerschensteiner Kolleg, (München, 2010)

keynote at CEPHAD 2010, Center for Philosophy and Design, Danish Design School, (Copenhagen, 2010)

plenary lecture at IVth International Plessner Conference (Rotterdam, 2009)

plenary lecture at Center for Philosophy and Design conference (Copenhagen 2008)

plenary lecture at DeSForM conference (Design & Semantics of Form & Movement; Offenbach 2008).

 

Conference papers and invited lectures

Paper ‘Sapiens ex machina: on human-robot relations’, at 2nd Japanese-Dutch workshop in philosophy of technology, Kanazawa, Japan (26-27 Feb 2016)

Lecture ‘Design for Society’, workshop ‘Engineering for Society’, Kalamazoo, Michigan (5 Feb 2016)

Lecture ‘Thinking Through Technological Artifacts’. Compiegne, Phiteco conference (22 Jan 2016)

Three-day workshop on Mediation Theory and Postphenomenological Research, University of Twente (with Robert Rosenberger; 14-15-16 Dec)

Paper presentation ‘Technology and Religion: transcendence and technological mediation’, 4S 2015 conference, Denver (including organizing five panels on postphenomenological research, with 20 papers in total; 12 – 13 Nov)

Lecture ‘The normativity of technological change’. Utrecht University, symposium Innovation, Law, and Development (30 Oct 2015)

Workshop Onderwijs en Technologie. Leerstoel onderwijsvernieuwing, Antwerpen. (15 Oct 2015)

Lecture ‘Onderwijs en Technologie: over leerfabrieken en de fabricage van het leren’. Leerstoel onderwijsvernieuwing, Antwerpen (14 Oct 2015)

Lecture ‘E-health: zorgethiek en de technologisering van de zorg’. Conferentie De Moraal van Digitaal, Eindhoven (9 Oct 2015)

Lecture ‘Technology and the mediated self’, RUC, Copenhagen (20 Feb 2015)

Lecture ‘Taking technology to the humanities’. TEMA, Lund (Sweden) (19 Feb 2015)

Plenary lecture ‘The boundaries of the human: why the human enhancement debate needs more philosophy of technology’. (Innsbruck Media Studies, Ringvorlesung ‘Körperphantasien’; Jan 2015)

Masterclass Utrecht University: ‘The Limits of the Human: Posthumanism, Anthropology, and Morality’ (Utrecht, 26 Nov 2014)

paper ‘Theorizing Technological Mediation’ and chair of session ‘Postphenomenological Research’, 4S 2014 Conference, Buenos Aires (23 Aug 2014)
1st Japanese-Dutch workshop in philosophy of technology, University of Twente (organized with Kojiro Honda) (17-18 Jun 2014)

lezing ‘Technologie en tijd’, conferentie Sociaal-Wetenschappelijke Raad, Leusden (31 Jan 2014)

Lecture In medias res: over media, mediatie en het engagement van de filosofie. Symposium Filosofie en nieuwe media. Leuven: Hoger Instituut voor Wijsbegeerte, 23 Nov 2013 (invited)

Lecture Enhancing the Body and the Brain, annual Holst Symposium, Eindhoven University of Technology, 14 Nov 2013 (invited)

Keynote lecture Design Studies and the Ethics of Design: Socially Responsible Innovation, Kingston University / Royal College of Arts, London, 15 Oct 2013.

Lecture ‘Phenomenology and technology’, Rissho University Tokyo, Japan, 31 Oct 2013 (invited)

Paper Brain Technologies and Mediation Theory. paper at conference Society for Philosophy and Technology, Lisbon, 4 Jul 2013 (accepted paper)

‘Moralizing Technology’, colloquium Maastricht, 27 Mar 2013 (invited)

Keynote ‘The Moral Significance of Technology’, The New School, New York, 1 Mar 2013

Lecture NWO Utrecht, Het beoordelen van ontwerpend onderzoek, 11 Feb 2013 (invited)

Lecture Designing the Public Sphere, EU Brussel, presentatie Onlife Manifesto, 8 Feb 2013

Diesrede (Anniversary Lecture) Universiteit Twente: ‘De Vleugels van Icarus: over techniek, ethiek, en de toekomst van de mens’ (Lecture for 51st Dies Natalis of the University of Twente), 30 nov 2012 (invited)

‘Er zit moraal in techniek’. Lecture at symposium ‘Filosofie en Techniek’, Associatie KU Leuven, 15 nov 2012 (invited)

Brain Technologies and Postphenomenological Theory. Paper presentation, 4S conference, Copenhagen, 18 Oct. 2012 (accepted paper)

Lecture ‘The limits of Humanity’, plus discussion with prof. Kevin Warwick, Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam, Society for Orthotics and Prosthetics, 5 Oct 2012 (plenary, invited)

Keynote at kickoff workshop project ‘Thinking Space: on the spatial dimensions of Ambient Intelligence’. Wenen: Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften. 17 dec 2012

Lecture ‘Fundamental questions regarding applied science’. Yearly symposium of the Center for Telematics and Information Technology, Universiteit Twente, 18 June 2012

Lecture ‘Techniekfilosofie en zorgethiek’. Symposium of research group Care and Contested Coherence, Universiteit van Tilburg, 13 June 2012

Colloquium about my book Moralizing Technology, R.U. Groningen, Faculteit wijsbegeerte,11 Apr 2012

Lecture at farewell symposium Don Ihde, Stony Brook University, New York, 21-23 Mar 2012

Acceptance speech of Professor Roger Borghgraef Prize for Biomedical Ethics, KU Leuven, 9 Feb 2012

‘Mediation Theory and Product Design’. Lecture at conference Design for Usability, 10 Nov 2011 (with Steven Dorrestijn)

‘Of Things and Man: Mediation Theory after McLuhan’. Keynote lecture at Marshall McLuhan Centennial Conference, Free University of Brussels, 27/ 28 Oct 2011 (invited)

‘The Matter of Morality: On the Moral Significance of Things’. Keynote lecture at conference ‘Materialitäten’, 19 / 20 Oct 2011, Universität Mainz (invited)

‘Of Hybrids and Hubris: Brain Technologies and the Limits of Humanity’. Lecture at BrainGear Conference, Groningen University, Sept 15-16 2011 (invited)

‘Over hubris en hybriden: techniek en de grenzen van zelfproductie’. Lecture at the farewell symposium for prof.dr. Petran Kockelkoren, Universteit Twente, 30 June 2011 (invited)

‘From Technology Assessment to Technology Accompaniment’. Lecture at conference in celebration of the 70th anniversary of prof. Arie Rip, University of Twente, 16 June 2011 (invited)

‘Reconditioning Humanity: Human Enhancement and the Anthropological Approach of Helmuth Plessner’. Society for Philosophy and Technology conference 2011, University of North Texas, 27 May 2011 (accepted paper)

Panel member ‘Issues in Philosophy of Technology’. Society for Philosophy and Technology conference 2011, University of North Texas, 27 May 2011 (invited)

‘Criticizing Technology: from Technology Assessment to Technology Accompaniment’. Lecture at symposium ‘Technology, Society, Change’, Free University Brussels, 25 March 2011 (invited)

‘Technologie, controle, en het subject’. Lecture at symposium ‘Controle’. KNAW, Amsterdam 11 feb 2011(invited)

‘Morality and Technology’. Guest lecture Wageningen University, 8 feb 2011 (invited)

‘De Gens van de Mens: over de relaties tussen mens en techniek’. Lecture at conference Twents meesterschap, 20 jan 2011.

‘Material Morality’. Lecture at symposium ‘Technological Complexity: Society and Nature by other means’. TU Delft, Complex Cities Studio / Urban Dynamics, 14 dec 2010 (invited)

‘Duurzaam Design’. Lecture at symposium ‘Duurzaamheid: de zin en onzin’. Universiteit Twente, 10 dec 2010 (invited)

‘Accompanying Technology: one more turn after the empirical and the ethical turn’. Lecture at lustrum symposium Ideefiks, University of Twente, 12 Nov 2010 (invited)

‘Mediation Theory and Design’. Lecture at Symposium ‘Product Impact’, University of Twente, 11 nov 2010 (self-organized symposium)

‘Technologie en identiteit’. Lecture at dispuutsavond KNAW, Amsterdam. 8 Nov 2010 (invited)

‘Mensverbetering en ethiek’. Table speech at Avond van Wetenschap en Maatschappij 2010, Ridderzaal, Den Haag, 1 nov 2010 (invited)

‘Technology and Morality: Understanding and Designing the Ethics of Technologies’. Lecture at PhD Day ITC (Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation), Universiteit Twente, 1 June 2010 (invited)

‘Moralizing Technology for the Environment: Bridging the Experiential Gap’: skype lecture at workshop Philosophy of Technology and Environmental Philosophy, University of North Texas, 20 May 2010 (invited)

‘Technology and Moral Innovation’. Department of Innovation Studies, Utrecht University, 25 May 2010 (invited) .

‘Producing Being: On Anthropotechnology and Heidegger’s Question Concerning Technology’. Stony Brook University, New York (Heidegger lecture series) 15 Apr 2010 (invited)

‘Humanity and Technology’ lecture (and ‘roastee 2010’ ), Technoscience Research Seminar, Stony Brook University, New York, 12 Apr 2010 (invited)

Panel member at symposium on scientific integrity – Koninklijke Academie van Wetenschappen, 08 Mar 2010 (invited)

‘Ethiek en nanotechnologie’ – Expert seminar Nanotechnologie, Utrecht, 08 Feb 2010 (invited)

‘Designing Behavior: Some reflections on the relations between products and behavior’. Lecture at workshop Objects of Energy Consumption: Using Material Culture as Source for an Environmental and Consumption-Oriented History of Technology, Deutsches Museum, Kerschensteiner Kolleg, München (Germany), 04 Feb 2010 (invited)

‘Morality and Materiality: Designing the Moral Significance of Things’. Lecture at conference CEPHAD 2010, Center for Philosophy and Design, Danish Design School, Copenhagen (Denmark), 28 Jan 2010 (invited).

‘Moralizing Technology: Understanding and Designing the Morality of Things’. ECIS seminar, Eindhoven: Eindhoven University of Technology, 5 nov 2009 (invited lecture)

‘De grens van de mens: over techniek, ethiek en de menselijke natuur’. Enschede: Universiteit Twente, oratie, 15 okt 2009 (inaugural address)

‘Toward a post-humanist anthropology’. Washington DC: Annual conference of the Society for the Social Studies of Science, 29 Oct 2009 (accepted paper, in double panel

‘Postphenomenology meets STS, organized with Evan Selinger and Jack Post)

‘Moralizing technology’. Enschede (University of Twente): biennial conference of the Society for Philosophy and Technology, 10 Jul 2009

‘Anthropology and technology’. Enschede (University of Twente): biennial conference of the Society for Philosophy and Technology, 9 Jul 2009 (accepted paper in track

‘Technology and Human Enhancement’, chaired by P.P. Verbeek)

‘Moralizing Technology: Toward a Non-modern Ethics of Things’. Oxford: Institute for Science, Innovation, and Society, Saïd Business School, May 21 2009 (invited)

‘Anthropology beyond Humanity: Understanding the Post-Human Body-Subject’. Copenhagen: Conference ‘Shaping Knowledge’, May 14-15 2009 (invited)

‘Technology and the Future of Humanity: toward a posthuman anthropology’. Enschede: Philosopher’s Rally 2009, May 12 2009 (invited)

‘Moralizing Technology: Understanding and Designing the Morality of Things’. Eindhoven: SIDeR conference 2009 ‘Flirting with the Future’, April 17 2009 (keynote, invited)

‘Governing the Mediated Self: Technological Morality and the Ethics of Information Technology’. Milan: Catholic University of Milan, 27 March 2009 (invited)

Public discussion with Richard Sennett on ‘Resilience in the World of New Capitalism’, Lolle Nauta Forum, Groningen, 19 March 2009 (invited)

‘Subject to Technology: Discussion of Antoinette Rouvroy’s paper Governmentality in an Age of Autonomic Computing’. Colloquium on The Impact of Autonomic Computing on Identity and Legal Subjectivity, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, 16 Jan 2009 (invited)

What Things Do: Technological Mediation and Human-Technology Relations; Moralizing Technology: Understanding and Designing the Morality of Things. Two keynote lectures at seminar Design Ethics and Software Development for Mobile Devices. Aalborg University, Denmark, Nov 18 2008 (keynote, invited)

What Things Do: Understanding and Designing Human-Product Relations. Lecture at Designskolen Kolding, Denmark, Nov 17 2008 (invited)

‘Of Signs and Things – Some Reflections on Meaning, Mediation and Morality’. Opening lecture of DeSForM 2008 – the 4th European Workshop on Design & Semantics of Form & Movement. Hochschule für Gestaltung, Offenbach am Main, Germany, Nov 6 2008 (keynote, invited)

‘Posthuman Visions: on mediation, morality, and humanity’. Paper for conference of the Society for the Phenomenology of the Human Sciences. Pittsburg, October 2008 (accepted paper)

‘Trusting ethics to technology: On Persuasive Technology and Moral Agency’. Lecture at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, Department of Philosophy (Templeton program), 13 October 2008 (invited)

‘Technology and the Good Life: On morality, materiality, and mediation’. Lecture in Kolloquium Lebenswelt – Technik – Wissenschaft, XXI. Deutscher Kongress für Philosophie. September 17 2008 (invited)

‘Let’s Make Things Better: Persuasive Technology and Material Morality’. Paper in session ‘Styles and Skills in the Culture of Design’, organized by the Netherlands Graduate School for Science, Technology, and Modern Culture. 2008 Conference of the Society for the Social Studies of Science. Rotterdam, August 2008 (invited paper)

‘Posthuman Perceptions: on hybrids and human-technology relations’. Paper for conference of the Society for the Social Studies of Science. Rotterdam, August 2008 (accepted paper)

‘Subject to Technology: The Mediated Subject and the Good Life’. Paper presented at workshop The Good Life in a Technological Age. Enschede: University of Twente, June 12-14 2008 (invited)

‘Technologies of the Self: Information Technologies and Subject Creation’. Lecture at symposium Creative IT. Enschede: Center for Telematics and Information Technology, June 11 2008 (invited)

‘Moral Subjects and Smart Environments: Toward an Ethics of the Mediated Self’. Lezing op workshop Philosophy of Artificial Environments. Roskilde University, Denemarken, 5-6 juni 2008 (invited)

‘Waardigheid voorbij de mens?’. Lezing op symposium Betere mensen maken? Blaise Pascal Instituut, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam (invited)

‘Naar een posthumanistische ethiek’. Colloquium Praktische Filosofie, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, 24 Oct 2007 (invited)

‘Actor-Network Theory and Phenomenology: the Nonmodern Connection’. Paper presentation at 4S Conference (Society for the Social Studies of Science), Montreal, Canada, 12 Oct 2007 (accepted paper)

‘A postphenomenology of ultrasound’. Paper presentation at 4S Conference (Society for the Social Studies of Science), Montreal, Canada, 11 Oct 2007 (accepted paper)

‘Wetenschap als technologische praktijk’. Lecture at workshop Stijl & Habitus: disciplinespecifieke vormende waarden in het academisch onderwijs. Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, Wetenschap & Samenleving, 21 August 2007 (invited)

‘Technologie en het goede leven’. Lecture at symposium Lof en troost van de wijsbegeerte – on the occasion of the retirement of prof.dr. Hans Achterhuis, University of Twente, 7 June 2007 (invited)

‘The Technological Mediation of Morality – A Post-Phenomenological Approach to Moral Subjectivity and Moral Objectivity’. Lecture at workshop Moral agency and technical artifacts, NIAS, The Hague 10-12 May 2007 (closed workshop)

‘Toward a Posthumanist Ethics of Technology’. Lecture at Workshop in Philosophy of Technology, Roskilde University, Denmark, 1 March 2007 (invited)

‘What Things Do: On the Philosophy of Technology and Design’, lecture at Rietveld Academy Amsterdam, Studium Generale, 21 Feb. 2007 (invited)

‘Technology and Democracy: the parliament of things’. Lecture at PhD workshop on Technology and Democracy, Netherlands Graduate School for Science, Technology, and Modern Culture (WTMC). Soeterbeeck, Ravenstein, Feb 7 2007 (invited)

‘Ethiek voorbij de mens – over techniekfilosofie, ethiek, en posthumanisme’. Colloquium at Institute for Science, Innovation, and Society, Radboud University Nijmegen, Feb 6 2007 (invited)

‘Reply to critics’, in discussion session about the book User Behavior and Technology Development (eds. Peter-Paul Verbeek & Adriaan Slob), Annual Meeting of the Netherlands Graduate Research School of Science, Technology, and Modern Culture, Amsterdam, Nov. 16 2006

‘Taking Materiality into Account’. Introduction to workshop with the same title at Aarhus University, Denmark, organized with Finn Olesen (Centre for STS Studies), in cooperation with Johanna Seibt (Department of Philosophy and History of Ideas), Nov 9 2006.

‘Moralizing Technology: on the moral relevance of technological artifacts’, Centre for STS Studies, Institute for Information- and Media Studies, Aarhus University, Denmark, Nov 1 2006

‘What Things Do: On the philosophy of technology and design’, Centre for STS Studies, Institute for Information- and Media Studies, Aarhus University, Denmark, Oct 25 2006

‘The Technological Mediation of Morality’. Paper for session on Postphenomenology and the Contemporary Lifeworld, Society for Phenomenology and the Human Sciences, SPEP 2006, Philadelphia PA (hosted by Villanova University), October 13 2006 (accepted paper)

‘Persuasive Technology and Moral Responsibility’. Paper for conference Persuasive Technology 2006, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands, May 18 2006 (accepted paper)

‘Morality and Technology’. One-day seminar in PhD course, Aarhus University, Denmark, May 25-29 2006 (invited)

‘Integrative Visions of Technology: ontological and ethical perspectives’. Paper for the 12th working conference of the Centre for Philosophy, Technology and Social Systems, Maarssen, April 27 2006 (invited)

‘Moralizing Technology: On the Morality of Technological Artifacts and Their Design’. Keynote lecture at workshop ‘Methodologies for the Moral Evaluation of Technology Development’. Ethics Institute, Utrecht University, The Netherlands, March 24-25 2006 (invited)

‘Wetenschap en techniek: scheppers van een nieuwe mens?’. Lecture in university project Science and Ethics, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, March 22 2006 (invited)

‘The Technological Mediation of Morality’, ‘Diversions’ seminar, Eindhoven University of Technology, Section Philosophy, January 24 2006 (invited)

‘What Things Do – Taking Mediation into Design’, lecture and seminar at Mads Clausen Institute, University of Southern Denmark, Sønderborg, Denmark (invited)

‘The Morality of Design’, SPT conference (Society for Philosophy and Technology) July 2005, Delft, The Netherlands (accepted paper)

‘We Have Never Been Humans’, lecture at seminar Posthumanity and Technology, IT University, København, Denmark, 26 May 2004 (invited)

‘Beyond the Human Eye: Mediated Vision and Posthumanity’, lecture at seminar Mediated Vision, AKI Academy for Visual Arts and Design, Enschede, The Netherlands, 27 April 2004 (invited)

‘The Acts of Artifacts’, lecture at seminar Tangible Interactions, Mads Clausen Institute, University of Southern Denmark, Sønderborg, Denmark, 17 June 2003 (invited)

‘Technopolis – the Public Life of Technological Artifacts’, paper presented at conference Technology, The City, and Public Life, University of Lisbon, Institute of Social Science, Lisbon, Portugal, 20-21 September 2002 (invited)

‘Materializing Morality’, paper presented at EASST conference (European Association for Studies of Science and Technology), York, UK, July 2002 (accepted paper; published on conference-CDROM)

‘New Media and the Quality of Life’, workshop Value Sensitive Design, University of Washington, Seattle, USA, 10-12 September 2000, with Philip Brey (invited)

‘Het woord is aan de dingen – over communicatiekundig ontwerpen en techniekfilosofie’, conference Communicatiewetenschappen: de groeistuipen voorbij, Universiteit Twente, Enschede, March 2000 (accepted paper)

‘Another Sense of Taste’, paper presented at workshop Configuring Use, Producing Taste, Performing Citizenship, organized by WTMC graduate school The Netherlands & CSI Paris, Maastricht, November 1999 (accepted paper)

‘To the things themselves – or: how to think about things?’, paper presented at conference Sociality/Materiality: the status of the object in social science, Brunel University, Uxbridge, UK, September 1999 (accepted paper)

‘Philosophy from Things’, Universität für angewandte Kunst, June 1999, Vienna, Austria (invited)

‘Things of Good Taste’, paper for conference Beyond Taste, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, UK 10 April, 1999 (invited)