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Et si l’enfance devenait rare ?

Could your car be your best friend?

Posthuman Perspectives by IEET Fellow Prof. Dr. Stefan Lorenz Sorgner

Is Trump A Legitimate President?

The Science of Productivity and Motivation

Beyond Resistance: The Story of 2016


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TECHNOPROG, le transhumanisme au service du progrès social
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Marc Roux and Didier Coeurnelle





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Enframing the Flesh: Heidegger, Transhumanism, and the Body as “Standing Reserve”

Moral Enhancement and Political Realism

Intelligent Technologies and Lost Life



IEET > Affiliate Scholar > John Danaher

John Danaher

John Danaher holds a PhD from University College Cork (Ireland) and is currently a lecturer in law at NUI Galway (Ireland). His research interests are eclectic, ranging broadly from philosophy of religion to legal theory, with particular interests in human enhancement and neuroethics. John blogs at http://philosophicaldisquisitions.blogspot.com/. You can follow him on twitter @JohnDanaher.


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Philosophical Disquisitions

Algorithmic Freedom as Non-Domination

Episode #17- Steve Fuller on Transhumanism and the Proactionary Imperative

Algocracy as Hypernudging: A New Way to Understand the Threat of Algocracy

Moral Arguments for God (2): Non-Evidential Forms

Hume's Objections to the Design Argument (Part Two)



Articles


"Algocracy as Hypernudging: A New Way to Understand the Threat of Algocracy"   Philosophical Disquisitions  Jan 17, 2017

"The Logical Space of Algocracy (Redux)"   Philosophical Disquisitions  Dec 5, 2016

"Why Non-Natural Moral Realism is Better than Divine Command Theory"   Philosophical Disquisitions  Oct 23, 2016

"How do we Enhance Cognition through External Representations? Five Ways"   Philosophical Disquisitions   Oct 13, 2016

"Pushing Humans off the Loop: Automation and the Unsustainability Problem"   Philosophical Disquisitions  Sep 29, 2016


Recent Multimedia


Anders Sandberg on the Ethics of Time Compression in Computing   2016-12-29

Aaron Wright on Blockchains and the Law   2016-11-20

Laura Cabrera on Human Enhancement, Communication and Values   2016-11-03

David Gunkel on Robots and Cyborgs   2016-08-31

Rachel O’Dwyer on Bitcoin, Blockchains and the Digital Commons   2016-08-25


News


IEET Fellows Kevin LaGrandeur and John Danaher interviewed on Future of Work (Oct 15, 2016)

IEET Affiliate Scholar John Danaher Publishes New Paper on Moral Enhancement (Aug 14, 2016)

IEET Affiliate Scholar John Danaher Publishes New Paper in Journal: Bioethics (Jun 05, 2016)

IEET Affiliate Scholar John Danaher Publishes New Paper - Robots, Law and the Retribution Gap (Jun 04, 2016)

Vacancy - Research Assistant on the Algocracy and Transhumanism Project (Jun 03, 2016)


Past Appearances


Danaher @ Clinical Neuroethics: Bench to Bedside (Paris, France - Jun 17, 2015)

Danaher @ Neuroethics on Trial (Dissection Room, Summerhall, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK - Apr 10, 2015)

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