• ethics of technologies, ethics of sciences & robot ethics
  • philosophy of technologies & sciences
  • philosophy of biology & philosophical anthropology
  • philosophy of music & music aesthetics

historical topics:

  • classical authors of the ethics and philosophy of technologies and scienes (e.g. Presocratics, Plato, Aristotle, Academic and Pyrrhonian Skepticism, Roger Bacon, Nicolaus Cusanus, René Descartes, Francis Bacon, Julien Offray de La Mettrie, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, Immanuel Kant, Ernst Kapp, Edmund Husserl, Martin Heidegger, or Maurice Merleau-Ponty); specifically:
  • Ludwig Wittgenstein a
  • Helmuth Plessner b

thematic emphasis:

  • 1 human-technology-culture-world-relations; specifically:
  • 2 informationtechnologies & cyberspaces; privacy & data-security; information-warfare & cyberwar; drones & combat-robots
  • 3 (civil) robots, social robotics, care-robots; human-machine-interaction, -interfaces & -communication
  • 4 genetic engineering, biotechnologies & synthetic biology; biomedicine; paleoanthropology
  • 5 music; synesthesia & creativity
  • 6 transdisciplinarity & interdisciplinarity (methods, terminology and application in research processes)
  • a Ludwig Wittgenstein
  • b Helmuth Plessner

Each of the six emphasis is assigned and highlighted by a green colored number, the classical authors by an orange coloured letter, in the lists:


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