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Historical Examples: Brain Death

Historical Examples: Brain Death

Written by Ibo van de Poel  In 1968 an ad hoc committee of the Harvard Medical School proposed criteria for brain death. Keulartz et al. (2002: 16) describe this introduction of the notion of ‘brain death’ as a redefinition of the notion of death with far-reaching...

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How to deal with value change as a designer/engineer? Read it in our white paper

How to deal with value change as a designer/engineer? Read it in our white paper

Designing for values – like well-being, justice and transparency – has been gaining increasing popularity in the past decades. But here is a fundamental challenge: although values are relatively stable, they do sometimes change over time. What types of value change exist, and how can engineers and designers deal with them? These are the main questions that we address in a white paper.

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NWO take-off grant for further development of ValueMonitor

Call for participation for workshop on ‘ValueMonitor, a tool for empirical investigations of values and value change in text corpora’

We invite you to a one-day workshop to get familiarized with ValueMonitor. ValueMonitor is an easy-to-use tool for empirical investigations of values and value change in text corpora (e.g., scientific articles, newspaper articles). It will take place on March 10th, 2023, from 9.30 to 16.30, in Delft. The number of places for the workshop is limited to ensure that we can help you effectively with the usage of the tool. Registration closes on January 20th and can be done by sending an email to ValueMonitor@valuechange.eu.

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