The robot as other: a postphenomenological perspective
Keywords:philosophy of technology, postphenomenology, intersubjectivity, robots.
AbstractIn this paper, the author considers the robot from a philosophical point of view, particularly the question of the robot as other. First, he introduces a philosophical framework to view technology and a new configuration caused by the development of robotics.
Then, he uses several case studies to describe the state of current robotics. Finally, the author examines how to deal with this new reality, raising several issues.
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