Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology
Official Journal of the Society for Philosophy and Technology
Kirk Besmer and Ashley Shew, Editors-in-Chief
Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology is a peer-reviewed forum that serves the need for sustained philosophical reflection on our technological world. It is devoted to the philosophical analysis of technological systems and to reflections on the art, craft, science and engineering of making things and getting things done in the world. The journal considers the nature and structure of technology as well as its implications for human subjectivity, for the norms and values of societies, and for the ecology of a peopled planet.
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The journal was established in 1995 as the Society for Philosophy and Technology Quarterly Electronic Journal and has published with its present title since 2000. It is sponsored by the Society for Philosophy and Technology.
· ISSN 2691-5928 (online) · 3 issues per year · Online only ·
· Official journal of the Society for Philosophy and Technology ·
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