In this episode we talk about our different approaches to the philosophy of technology, what you can expect in future episodes, some of the other projects we're doing related to digital worlds, and what we mean by "digital worlds" in the first place.
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- Ian Werkheiser is an Associate Professor at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and director of the Center for Collaboration and Ethics at UTRGV. He specializes in social epistemology, environmental philosophy, the philosophy of food, and the philosophy of technology.
- Michael Butler is a lecturer at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley specializing in existentialist philosophy, phenomenology, and the philosophy of technology.
- You can learn more about the Digital Worlds project, including conferences, journal special issues, and more at our website https://digitalworldsworkshop.wordpress.com/
- The intro and outro music is "Neither a Bone Nor an Accident" by Owl's Head Mountain, used with permission. Check out that song and the rest of their work on their Bandcamp page.
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