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IEET > Affiliate Scholar > Roland Benedikter

Roland Benedikter

Roland Benedikter is Research Professor of Multidisciplinary Political Analysis 2015-17 at the Willy Brandt Center of the University of Wroclaw/Breslau, Senior Affiliate of the Edmund Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics of Georgetown University, Trustee of the Toynbee Prize Foundation Boston, Senior Research Scholar of the Council on Hemispheric Affairs Washington DC and Full member of the Club of Rome.

Previously, he was Long-term Visiting Scholar / Research Affiliate 2009-13 at the Europe Center of the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Stanford University, Research Scholar 2008-15 at the Orfalea Center for Global and International Studies of the University of California at Santa Barbara (2009-13 as European Foundation Professor of Multidisciplinary Political Analysis in residence) and Full Academic Fellow 2008-12 of the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies Washington DC. He is recipient of four international science awards, among them the Klaus Reichert Award for Medical Pilosophy 2012 (Klaus Reichert Preis für Medizinphilosophie) of the University of Karlsruhe, Germany (together with James Giordano).

Benedikter has written for Foreign Affairs, Harvard International Review, Global Policy, New Global Studies, Die Welt Berlin and Challenge: The Magazine of Economic Affairs, and is author of half a dozen books on global strategic issues, co-author of two Pentagon and U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff White Papers on the Ethics of Neurowarfare (2013 and 2014) and of Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäcker’s Report to the Club of Rome 2003.

Contact: rolandbenedikter@yahoo.de.


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Articles


"A Transhumanist Wants to be US President?"   The Leftist Review  Jul 9, 2016

"Transhumanismus: Der neue Politiktrend?"   politik-kommunikation  Jan 28, 2016

"#23: The Age of Transhumanist Politics Has Begun: Will It Change the Concepts of Left and Right?"   The Leftist Review  Dec 9, 2015

"Zoltan Istvan’s “Teleological Egocentric Functionalism”: An approach to viable politics?"   Transpolitica  Jul 24, 2015

"The Age of Transhumanist Politics Has Begun: Will It Change Traditional Concepts of Left and Right?"   The Leftist Review  Apr 27, 2015


News


IEET Affiliate Scholar Roland Benedikter Talk at Acatech (Nov 06, 2016)

IEET Affiliate Scholar Roland Benedikter et al. Publish New Article on Head-Transplanting (Sep 04, 2016)

IEET Affiliate Scholar Roland Benedikter New Contribution to the ACATECH Report (May 02, 2016)

Vita-More, Swan at NY Posthuman Research Group Symposium (Apr 03, 2016)

Roland Benedikter is Keynote Speaker in Vienna (Mar 03, 2016)


Past Appearances


Benedikter@Vienna (Vienna, Austria - Jun 16, 2016)

Vita-More, Swan at NY Posthuman Research Group Symposium (New York University - Apr 22, 2016)

Sorgner @ Transhumanism: Perspektiven, Chancen, Risiken (Nürnberg, Germany - Dec 05, 2015)

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