Project Workshops & Conferences
During our project (running from September 2018 to 31 August 2023) we will organize five international workshops and two larger conferences. More information will be added in due time.
Second edition of the Changing Values, Changing Technologies conference from 19-21 April 2023 in Delft (Netherlands) as part of fPET 2023
In October 2020 we organised the first international conference on Changing Values, Changing Technologies. We are happy to announce the second edition, which will be an integral part of the 2023 Forum on Philosophy, Engineering, and Technology (fPET 2023) and will be held at the Technical University of Delft in the Netherlands from 19-21 April […]
The aim of the conference is to present and discuss research on the interrelations of moral values and technology. Specifically, we aim to explore how novel technological developments lead to changing moral values and, conversely, how changing moral values affect the developments of new technologies. We envision the following more specific themes for the conference: 1) (Historical) case studies of value change and technology, 2) The interrelation between value change and technological chang3, 3) Value change and moral progress, 4) Origins of value change: individual and collective, 5) Implications of value change for value sensitive design, 6) Methods for studying and anticipating value change. More announcements will follow soon
This workshop series aims to shed light on this under-investigated topic of value change. Despite its seemingly common enough occurrence, it is not clear what value change amounts to. The first step towards a clearer understanding of value change is to make headway on what exactly we need to explain when we want to explain value change. The workshop will bring together internationally leading scholars on philosophical value theory to explore the topic of value change.
The workshop covered a broad range of disciplines and methods that converge on the topic of empirically exploring values. There were 30 attendees and 11 speakers, who were present during the two days of the workshop. The speakers covered such disciplines as philosophy, industrial design, sociology, environmental studies, psychology, anthropology, policy studies and engineering.