A workshop with Mark Coeckelbergh organized by me and the other members of the research chair “Ethics, Technology, and Transhumanism” will take place this Wednesday at the université catholique de Lille from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Mark Coeckelbergh will also deliver a public lecture between 1 p.m. and 2.30 p.m.
- 8.45am-9am Welcoming
- 9am-9.15am Introduction Alberto Romele, David Doat, and Benjamin Bourcier (Université Catholique de Lille)
- 9.15am-10am Charles Cocault (ENS Paris): “About the possibility of moral robots”
- 10am-10.45am Richard Lewis (Vrije Universiteit Brussel): “Human Being@Risk :Towards a Normative Postphenomenology”
- 10.45am-11am Coffee-break
- 11am-11.45am Alberto Romele : “Language and technology”
- 11.45am-1pm Lunch
- 1pm-2.30pm Public Lecture by Mark Coeckelbergh: “Digital Technology and Romanticism”
- 3 pm-3.45pm Apolline Taillandier (Sciences Po Paris): “Varities of material romanticism”
- 3.45pm-4pm Coffee-break
- 4pm-4.45pm Fabrizio DeFilippi (University of Turin/EUR ArTeC): “Dialectic of romanticism or dialectic of capitalism?”
- 4.45pm.-5.30pm Jacques Printz (Université catholique de Lille): “From Machines to Systems”
- 5.30pm-5.45pm Closing remarks Alberto Romele, David Doat, and Benjamin Bourcier