Janna Van Grunsven
Janna Van Grunsven
assistant professor of philosophy, Delft University of Technology
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AAC technology, autism, and the empathic turn
J Van Grunsven, S Roeser
Social Epistemology 36 (1), 95-110, 2022
Enactivism, second-person engagement and personal responsibility
J Van Grunsven
Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 17, 131-156, 2018
Perceiving'Other'Minds: Autism, 4E Cognition, and the Idea of Neurodiversity
J Van Grunsven
Journal of Consciousness Studies 27 (7-8), 115-143, 2020
Perceptual breakdown during a global pandemic: Introducing phenomenological insights for digital mental health purposes
J van Grunsven
Ethics and Information Technology 23 (Suppl 1), 91-98, 2021
How to teach engineering ethics?: A retrospective and prospective sketch of TU Delft’s approach to engineering ethics education
JB Van Grunsven, L Marin, TW Stone, S Roeser, N Doorn
A semblance of aliveness: How the peculiar embodiment of sex robots will matter
J Van Grunsven, A van Wynsberghe
Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology, 2019
Enactivism and the paradox of moral perception
J Van Grunsven
Topoi 41 (2), 287-298, 2022
Bringing life in view: An enactive approach to moral perception
J van Grunsven
The New School, 2015
Fostering responsible anticipation in engineering ethics education: how a multi-disciplinary enrichment of the responsible innovation framework can help
J van Grunsven, T Stone, L Marin
European journal of engineering education 49 (2), 283-298, 2024
Anticipating sex robots: A critique of the sociotechnical vanguard vision of sex robots as ‘good companions’
J Van Grunsven
Being and value in technology, 63-91, 2022
Before responsible innovation: Teaching anticipation as a competency for engineers
TW Stone, L Marin, JB Van Grunsven
Engaging engineering education: Proceedings of the 48th annual SEFI …, 2020
Daniel D. Hutto and Erik Myin, Radicalizing Enactivism: Basic Minds Without Content
J van Grunsven
Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 34 (2), 483-487, 2013
How Engineers Can Care from a Distance
J Van Grunsven, L Marin, T Stone, S Roeser, N Doorn
Thinking Through Science and Technology: Philosophy, Religion, and Politics …, 2023
How Engineers can Care from a Distance: Promoting Moral Sensitivity in Engineering Ethics Education
JB Van Grunsven, L Marin, T Stone, N Doorn, S Roeser
Making and embedding humane technologies: can artistic practices provide normative guidance?
JB van Grunsven
Adaptive Behavior 30 (6), 569-571, 2022
Confronting ableism in a post-COVID world: Designing for world-familiarity through acts of defamiliarization
J van Grunsven, W IJsselsteijn
Values for a post-pandemic future, 185-200, 2022
Possibilities of Action in Heidegger and Merleau-Ponty: A Critique of Hubert Dreyfus’ and Sean Kelly’s Approach to Unreflective Freedom
J van Grunsven
Women in Philosophy Journal 4, 42-56, 2007
Tinkering with Technology: How Experiential Engineering Ethics Pedagogy Can Accommodate Neurodivergent Students and Expose Ableist Assumptions
J van Grunsven, T Franssen, A Gammon, L Marin
Building Inclusive Ethical Cultures in STEM, 289-311, 2024
Tinkering with Technology: An exercise in inclusive experimental engineering ethics
JB Van Grunsven, T Franssen, A Gammon, L Marin
Brain Computer Interfaces: Kunnen breincomputers een stem geven aan niet-sprekenden?
B van Balen, J van Grunsven, M Vansteensel, W IJsselsteijn
Wijsgerig Perspectief 63 (1), 16-23, 2023
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