journal articles

Journal articles (peer-reviewed)

2018

Coeckelbergh, M. 2017. ‘Technology Games: Using Wittgenstein for Understanding and Evaluating Technology‘ in: Science and Engineering Ethics 24(5): 1503-1519 (online first 15 August 2017).

Holzapfel, A., Sturm, B.L. & Coeckelbergh, M., 2018. ‘Ethical Dimensions of Music Information Retrieval Technology‘, in: Transactions of the International Society for Music Information Retrieval. 1(1): 44–55.

Coeckelbergh, M. 2018. ‘Why Care About Robots? Empathy, Moral Standing, and the Language of Suffering ‘, in: Kairos. Journal of Philosophy & Science 20(1): 141-158 (online first 20 August 2018) .

Coeckelbergh, M. 2018. ‘How to describe and evaluate “deception” phenomena: Recasting the metaphysics, ethics, and politics of ICTs in terms of magic and performance and taking a relational and narrative turn‘, in: Ethics and Information Technology 20(2): 71–85, Springer (first online 19 October 2017).

Richardson, K., Coeckelbergh, M., Wakunuma, K., Billing, E., Ziemke, T., Gomez, P., Vanderborght, B., Belpaeme, T. 2018, “Robot Enhanced Therapy for Children with Autism (DREAM): A Social Model of Autism,” in IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 37(1): 30-39.

Coeckelbergh, M., DuPont, Q., & Reijers, W. 2018. ‘Towards a Philosophy of Financial Technologies‘ in Philosophy and Technology 31(1):9-14. (online first )

Reijers, W. and Coeckelbergh, M. 2018. ‘The Blockchain as a Narrative Technology: Investigating the Social Ontology and Normative Configurations of Cryptocurrencies‘ in: Philosophy and Technology 31(1): 103–130. [access via SharedIt] (online first, 31 October 2016, open access [access via SharedIt])

Coeckelbergh, M. (2018). ‘Technology and the good society: A polemical essay on social ontology, political principles, and responsibility for technology‘ in Technology in Society (52), 4-9. (online first 12 December 2016).

Coeckelbergh, M. (2018). ‘Skillful coping with and through technologies: Some challenges and avenues for a Dreyfus-inspired philosophy of technology‘ in AI & Society (2018), Springer (online first 3 February 2018).

Coeckelbergh, M. and Funk, M. (2018). ‘Wittgenstein as a Philosopher of Technology: Tool Use, Forms of Life, Technique, and a Transcendental Argument‘ in Human Studies 41(2): 165–191, Springer (online first, 12 January 2018).

2017

Coeckelbergh, M. 2017. ‘How to describe and evaluate “deception” phenomena: Recasting the metaphysics, ethics, and politics of ICTs in terms of magic and performance and taking a relational and narrative turn‘ in: Ethics and Information Technology (first online 19 October 2017).

Coeckelbergh, M. 2017 (2016). ‘Can Machines Create Art?‘ in: Philosophy & Technology, 30 (3): 285-303. (online first, 24 September 2016) [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2017. ‘Technology Games: Using Wittgenstein for Understanding and Evaluating Technology‘ in: Science and Engineering Ethics, 1-17. (online first) [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2017 (2015). Hacking technological practices and the vulnerability of the modern hero’ in: Foundations of Science 22: 357-362 (online first 19 October 2015). (reply to Gunkel and Zwart) [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2017 (2015). ‘The art of living with ICTs: The ethics-aesthetics of vulnerability coping and its implications for understanding and evaluating ICT cultures’ in: Foundations of Science 22: 339-348 (online first 19 October 2015). (published with replies by David Gunkel and Hub Zwart) [access via SharedIt]

Esteban, PG, Baxter, P, Belpaeme, T, Billing, E, Cai, H, Cao, H-L, Coeckelbergh, M, Costescu, C, David, D, De Beir, A, Fang, Y, Ju, Z, Kennedy, J, Liu, H, Mazel, A, Pandey, A, Richardson, K, Senft, E, Thill, S, Van de Perre, G, Vanderborght, B, Vernon, D, Yu, H & Ziemke, T. 2017. ‘How to Build a Supervised Autonomous System for Robot-Enhanced Therapy for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder‘ in Paladyn Journal of Behavioral Robotics (8): 18-38.

Coeckelbergh, M. 2017. ‘Language and Technology: Maps, Bridges, and Pathways‘ in: AI & Society 32(2): 175-189 (online first 2015).

Coeckelbergh, M. 2017. ‘The art, poetics, and grammar of technological innovation as practice, process, and performance‘ in AI & Society (online first, open access). [access via SharedIt]

2016

Coeckelbergh, M. 2016. ‘Technology and the good society: A polemical essay on social ontology, political principles, and responsibility for technology‘ in Technology in Society (in press): 1-6.

Coeckelbergh, M. 2016. ‘Responsibility and the Moral Phenomenology of Using Self-Driving Cars‘ in: Applied Artificial Intelligence 30(8): 748-757.

Stahl, B.C. and Coeckelbergh, M. 2016. ‘Ethics of healthcare robotics: Towards responsible research and innovation‘ in: Robotics and Autonomous Systems 86: 152-161 (open access). [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2016. ‘Care robots and the future of ICT-mediated elderly care: a response to doom scenarios‘ in: AI & Society 31(4): 455-462 (online first 2015).

Coeckelbergh, M. and Gunkel, D. 2016. ‘Response to “The Problem of the Question About Animal Ethics” by Michal Piekarski’ in: Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Ethics 29(4): 717-721. (online first, 9 July 2016, open access) [access via SharedIt]

Peca, A., Coeckelbergh, M., Simut, R., Costescu, C., Pintea, S., David, D., & Vanderborght, B. (2016). ‘Robot Enhanced Therapy for Children with Autism Disorders: Measuring Ethical Acceptability’ in:IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 35(2): 54-66.

Coeckelbergh, M. and Reijers, W. 2016. ‘Narrative Technologies: A Philosophical Investigation of Narrative Capacities of Technologies by Using Ricoeur’s Narrative Theory‘ in: Human Studies 39: 325-346 (online 2 March 2016, open access) [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M., Pop, C., Simut, R., Peca, A., Pintea, S., David, D. & Vanderborght, B. 2016. ‘A survey of expectations about the role of robots in robot-assisted therapy for children with ASD: Ethical acceptability, trust, sociability, appearance, and attachment’ in: Science and Engineering Ethics 22(1): 47-65. (online first 2015) [access via SharedIt]

2015

Coeckelbergh, M. 2015. ‘Money as Medium and Tool: Reading Simmel as a Philosopher of Technology to Understand Contemporary Financial ICTs and Media’ in: Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology 19(3) (Fall 2015): 358–380.

Coeckelbergh, M. 2015. ‘The Tragedy of the Master: Automation, Vulnerability, and Distance‘ in: Ethics and Information Technology 17(3): 219-229. [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2015. ‘Language and Technology: Maps, Bridges, and Pathways‘ in: AI & Society. (online first) [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2015.  ‘Artificial Agents, Good Care, and Modernity‘ in:  Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 36(4): 265-277. [summary] [access via SharedIt]

2014

Stahl B.C., Eden G., Jirotka M. and Coeckelbergh M. 2014. From Computer Ethics to Responsible Research and Innovation in ICT: The Transition of Reference Discourses Informing Ethics-Related Research in Information Systemsin: Information & Management (online first)

Coeckelbergh, M. and Gunkel, D.  2014. ‘Facing Animals: A Relational, Other-Oriented Approach to Moral Standing’ in: Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 27 (5): 715-733. [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2014. ‘The Moral Standing of Machines: Towards a Relational and Non-Cartesian Moral Hermeneutics’ in: Philosophy & Technology 27 (1): 61-77. [access via SharedIt]

2013

Coeckelbergh, M. 2013. ‘Drones, Information Technology, and Distance: Mapping the Moral Epistemology of Remote Fighting‘ in: ‘Ethics and Information Technology‘ 15 (2): 87-98. [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2013. ‘E-Care as Craftsmanship: Virtuous Work, Skilled Engagement, and Information Technology in Health Care‘ in: Medicine, Healthcare and Philosophy 16 (4): 807-816. [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2013. ‘Pervasion of What? Techno-Human Ecologies and their Ubiquitous Spirits‘ in: AI & Society (25the anniversary issue: A Faustian exchange: What is to be human in the era of ubiquitous technology?) 28 (1): 55-63. [abstract] [open access] [access via SharedIt]

2012

Coeckelbergh, M. 2012. ‘Technology as Skill and Activity: Revisiting the Problem of Alienation’ in: Techné 16 (3)

2011

Coeckelbergh, M. 2011. ‘Environmental Virtue: Motivation, Skill, and (In)formation Technology‘ in: Journal of Environmental Philosophy 8(2): 141-170. [journal issue table of content]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2011. ‘Is Ethics of Robotics about Robots? Philosophy of Robotics Beyond Realism and Individualism’ in: Law, Innovation and Technology 3(2): 241-250. [abstract]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2011. ‘Vulnerable Cyborgs: Learning to Live with our Dragons‘ in: Journal of Evolution and Technology 22 (1): 1-9. [htm]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2011. ‘Can we trust robots?’ in: Ethics and Information Technology 14(2): 53-60. (also published on-line September 2011) [abstract] [open access] [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2011. ‘Are emotional robots deceptive?‘ in: IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing 2(3) [abstract]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2011. ‘What Are We Doing? Microblogging, the Ordinary Private, and the Primacy of the Present‘ in: Journal of Information, Communication & Ethics in Society 9(2): 127-136. [abstract]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2011. ‘From killer machines to doctrines and swarms, or Why ethics of military robotics is not (necessarily) about robots.‘ in: Philosophy & Technology 24(3): 269-278. (also published on-line 5 April 2011) [abstract] [open access] [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2011. ‘Humans, Animals, and Robots: A Phenomenological Approach to Human-Robot Relations‘ in: International Journal of Social Robotics 3(2): 197-204. (also published on-line 4 September 2010) [abstract] [open access] [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2011. ‘Moral Responsibility, Technology, and Experiences of the Tragic: From Kierkegaard to Offshore Engineering‘ in: Science and Engineering Ethics 18(1): 35-48. (also published on-line 24 September 2010) [abstract] [open access] [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2011. ‘You, Robot: On the Linguistic Construction of Artificial Others‘ in: AI & Society 26(1): 61-69. (also published on-line 10 August 2010) [abstract] [open access] [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2011. ‘Human Development or Human Enhancement? A Methodological Reflection on Capabilities and the Evaluation of Information Technologies‘ in: Ethics and Information Technology 13(2): 81-92. (also published on-line 6 June 2010) [abstract] [open access] [access via SharedIt]

2010

Coeckelbergh, M. 2010. ‘Artificial Companions: Empathy and Vulnerability Mirroring in Human-Robot Relations‘ ‘in: Studies in Ethics, Law, and Technology 4(3) [abstract]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2010. ‘The Spirit in the Network: Models for Spirituality in a Technological Culture‘ in: Zygon: Journal of Religion & Science 45(4): 957-978.

Coeckelbergh, M. 2010. ‘Robot Rights? Towards a Social-Relational Justification of Moral Consideration’ in: Ethics and Information Technology 12(3): 209-221. (also published on-line 27 June 2010) [abstract] [open access] [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2010. ‘Moral Appearances: Emotions, Robots, and Human Morality‘ in: Ethics and Information Technology 12(3): 235-241. (also published on-line 17 March 2010) [abstract] [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2010. ‘Criminals or Patients? Towards a Tragic Conception of Moral and Legal Responsibility‘ in: Criminal Law and Philosophy 4(2): 233-244. (also published on-line 7 March 2010) [abstract] [open access] [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2010. ‘Health Care, Capabilities, and AI Assistive Technologies‘ in: Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 13(2): 181-190. (also published on-line 17 July 2009) [abstract] [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2010. ‘Engineering Good: How Engineering Metaphors Help Us to Understand the Moral Life and Change Society‘ in: Science and Engineering Ethics 16(2): 371-385. (also published on-line 1 September 2009) [abstract] [open access] [access via SharedIt]

2009

Coeckelbergh, M. 2009. ‘The Public Thing: On the Idea of a Politics of Artefacts‘ in: Techne 13(3) [table of contents]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2009. ‘Virtual Moral Agency, Virtual Moral Responsibility‘ in: AI & Society 24(2): 181-189. (also published on-line 6 May 2009) [link to Springer publication details] [open access] [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2009. ‘Personal Robots, Appearance, and Human Good: A Methodological Reflection on Roboethics‘ in: International Journal of Social Robotics 1(3): 217-221. (also published on-line 5 June 2009) [abstract] [open access] [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2009. ‘Distributive Justice and Cooperation in a World of Humans and Non-Humans: A Contractarian Argument for Drawing Non-Humans into the Sphere of Justice‘ in: Res Publica 15(1): 67-84. (also published on-line 28 March 2009) [abstract] [access via SharedIt]

2007

Coeckelbergh, M. 2007. ‘Violent Computer Games, Empathy, and Cosmopolitanism‘ in: Ethics and Information Technology 9(3): 219-231. [abstract] [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2007. ‘Principles or Imagination? Two Approaches to Global Justice’ in: Journal of Global Ethics 3(2): 203-221. [abstract]

Coeckelbergh, M. and G. Wackers 2007. ‘Imagination, Distributed Responsibility, and Vulnerable Technological Systems: The Case of Snorre A’ in: Science & Engineering Ethics 13(2): 235-248. (also published online 26 April 2007) [abstract] [access via SharedIt]

Coeckelbergh, M. 2007. ‘Who Needs Empathy? A Response to Goldie’s Arguments Against Empathy and Suggestions for an Account of Mutual Perspective-Shifting in Contexts of Help and Care’ in: Ethics and Education 2(1): 61-72. [abstract]

2006

Coeckelbergh, M. and J. Mesman 2006. ‘With Hope and Imagination: Imaginative Moral Decision-Making in Neonatal Intensive Care Units’ in: Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 10 (1): 3-21. (also published on-line December 2006) [abstract] [access via SharedIt] (NVBe Prize 2007)

Coeckelbergh, M. 2006. ‘Regulation or Responsibility? Autonomy, Moral Imagination, and Engineering’ in: Science, Technology, & Human Values 31(3): 1-24. [abstract]

2003

Busby, J.S. and M. Coeckelbergh 2003. ‘The Social Ascription of Obligations to Engineers’ in: Science and Engineering Ethics 9(3): 363-376. [abstract] [pdf] [access via SharedIt]

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