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Daryl Wennemann

Daryl Wennemann received his Ph. D. in philosophy from Marquette University in 1994. He has been teaching philosophy at Fontbonne University since 1996. He teaches ethics and a course in critical thinking. He has authored three books, Applied Professional Ethics (co-authored with Gregory Beabout), Capitalism and Community in the Information Age (in a Kindle format), and Posthuman Personhood.  He has published sixteen articles including “Freedom”, Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics, ed., Carl Mitcham, MacMillan, June 1, 2005. “Kant”, Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics, ed., Carl Mitcham, MacMillan, June 1, 2005. “Jacques Ellul’s Assessment of the Thought of Karl Marx”, published in the Journal of Professional Proceedings of the Philosophy Delegation to the People’s Republic of China, 2001. “The Future of Work and the Worker: Peter Drucker’s Search for Community”, The Halcyon Series, Western Futures, vol. 22, Jan., 2000, pp 125-140. “The Role of Love in the Thought of Kant and Kierkegaard”, proceedings of the 20th World Congress of Philosophy, Paideia: Philosophy Educating Humanity, March 2000, (link).




Articles
"#28: Posthumanisms: A Carnapian Experiment"   Ethical Technology  (Dec 4, 2015)

"Posthumanisms: A Carnapian Experiment"   Ethical Technology  (Mar 19, 2015)

"#22: Ray Kurzweil on Rationality and the Moral Considerability of Intelligent Machines"   Ethical Technology  (Dec 16, 2014)

"Ray Kurzweil on Rationality and the Moral Considerability of Intelligent Machines"   Ethical Technology  (Apr 1, 2014)

"Rick Searle’s Rational Monster"   Ethical Technology  (Feb 11, 2014)

"Will the Posthuman Age be Postmoral?"   Ethical Technology  (Aug 8, 2013)

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Personhood Beyond the Human: On Posthuman Personhood   2014-01-12