Bas De Boer
Bas De Boer
PhD in Philosophy of Technology, University of Twente
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Can the technological mediation approach improve technology assessment? A critical view from ‘within’
B de Boer, J Hoek, O Kudina
Journal of Responsible Innovation 5 (3), 299-315, 2018
The perspective of the instruments: Mediating collectivity
B De Boer, H Te Molder, PP Verbeek
Foundations of Science 23, 739-755, 2018
Explaining multistability: postphenomenology and affordances of technologies
B De Boer
AI & SOCIETY, 1-11, 2021
Co‐designing diagnosis: Towards a responsible integration of Machine Learning decision‐support systems in medical diagnostics
O Kudina, B de Boer
Journal of evaluation in clinical practice 27 (3), 529-536, 2021
Constituting ‘visual attention’: On the mediating role of brain stimulation and brain imaging technologies in neuroscientific practice
B De Boer, H Te Molder, PP Verbeek
Science as Culture 29 (4), 503-523, 2020
Experiencing objectified health: turning the body into an object of attention
B de Boer
Medicine, health care and philosophy 23 (3), 401-411, 2020
Understanding science-in-the-making by letting scientific instruments speak: From semiotics to postphenomenology
B de Boer, H Te Molder, PP Verbeek
Social studies of science 51 (3), 392-413, 2021
Brain imaging technologies as source for Extrospection: self-formation through critical self-identification
C Aydin, B de Boer
Phenomenology and the cognitive sciences 19, 729-745, 2020
What is morally at stake when using algorithms to make medical diagnoses? Expanding the discussion beyond risks and harms
B De Boer, O Kudina
Theoretical medicine and bioethics, 1-22, 2021
How scientific instruments speak: Postphenomenology and technological mediations in neuroscientific practice
B de Boer
Lexington Books, 2021
Gaston Bachelard's Philosophy of Science: Between Project and Practice
B De Boer
Parrhesia 31, 154-173, 2019
Discovering Subjectivity in the Technosystem: Developing a Critical Position towards Contingent Forms of Rationality.
B de Boer
Techne: Research in Philosophy & Technology 24, 2020
Bringing disgust in through the backdoor in healthy food promotion: a phenomenological perspective
B de Boer, M Lemke
Medicine, health care and philosophy 24 (4), 731-743, 2021
The advance of technoscience and the problem of death determination: a promethean puzzle
B De Boer, J Hoek
Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology, 2020
Setting the Stage: Disgust as an Aesthetic Food Experience
M Lemke, B de Boer
Design Issues 38 (3), 20-33, 2022
Imagining digital twins in healthcare
B de Boer, C Strasser, S Mulder
prometheus 38 (1), 67-81, 2022
‘Braining’psychiatry: an investigation into how complexity is managed in the practice of neuropsychiatric research
B de Boer, H Molder, PP Verbeek
BioSocieties, 1-24, 2021
Health monitoring applications and the transparency of health
B de Boer
Delphi 2, 129, 2019
Living in the Flesh: Technologically Mediated Chiasmic Relationships (in Times of a Pandemic)
B de Boer, PP Verbeek
Human studies 45 (2), 189-208, 2022
Attending to your Lifestyle: Self-Tracking Technologies and Relevance
B de Boer
Access and Mediation: Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Attention 11, 217, 2022
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