The Society for Philosophy and Technology
New VP/President-Elect

New VP/President-Elect

The Society for Philosophy and Technology would like to congratulate Mark Coeckelbergh, the Society’s newly elected Vice President and President-Elect. Read More
About SPT

About SPT

The Society for Philosophy and Technology is an independent international organization that encourages, supports and facilitates philosophically significant considerations of technology. Founded in 1976, the Society convenes its own international conference biennially. Read More
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SPT Panel at PSA 2016 in Atlanta Nov. 3

SPT is happy to announce our special session on “Technology, Bias and Scientific Knowledge” on Thursday, November 3 at the biennial meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association in Atlanta, Georgia (Nov 3-5). The panel discussion will be held in a morning session on the 3rd; times TBA. The speakers will include our own Executive Board Member...

Call for Proposals to Host SPT 2019

Deadline: October 15, 2016 The Executive Board of the Society for Philosophy and Technology invites the submission of proposals to host our biennial conference in 2019. In keeping with SPT’s tradition of varying its conference region, proposals from the Americas or other locales beyond the European continent are especially welcome.

Call for Papers for HTA’s 38th Annual Conference

On behalf of HTA, the international Society for Philosophy and Technology would like to encourage submissions to the following Call for Papers. Call for Papers (Deadline September 1, 2016) 38th ANNUAL HUMANITIES AND TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE Salve Regina University, Newport, RI Morality and Creativity in a Technological Age 03 – 06 NOVEMBER 2016 We are happy...

New SPT Vice-President/President Elect

The Society for Philosophy and Technology would like to congratulate Mark Coeckelbergh, the Society’s newly elected Vice President and President-Elect. Coeckelbergh is Professor of Philosophy of Media and Technology in the Philosophy Department of the University of Vienna, and (part-time) Professor of Technology and Social Responsibility at De Montfort University, UK. He has also been Managing...

Call For Papers: Special Issue of Techné

Special Issue of Techné on Philosophy of Technology in the Age of the Anthropocene Expected: Volume 21 Issue 2, 2017 Guest editors: Vincent Blok (Wageningen University, Netherlands), Pieter Lemmens (Radboud University, Netherlands), Langdon Winner (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA), Jochem Zwier (Radboud University, Netherlands) According to many climate and environmentalist scientists, we are about to enter a...

Preliminary 2017 Meeting Announcement

The following preliminary announcement will be replaced by a revised Call for Papers in the summer of 2016. At that point, plenary speakers and a program committee wil be announced. In the meantime, send inquiries to spt2017 or contact Sabine Ammon or Alfred Nordmann. Click here to view the announcement on its original page. When we talk and think about technology, we...

Call for Papers for fPET 2016 – Nuremberg

SPT is committed to promoting public awareness of the many worldwide events and organizations that may be of potential interest to our members or anyone engaged in work related to philosophy and technology. As part of that commitment, we are happy to share this news from the forum on Philosophy, Engineering & Technology (fPET) on...