Introduction to cyberphilosophy
Computing brings new opportunities and challenges to traditional philosophical activities changing the way philosophers understand foundational concepts, such as mind, consciousness, experience, reasoning, knowledge, truth, ethics and creativity. This trend in philosophical inquiry has been gaining momentum steadily. This paper builds on the author's previous important work (The Digital Phoenix: How Computers Are Changing Philosophy, Oxford: Blackwell) and has played a major role in establishing philosophical inquiry as a mature area of philosophical investigation. This was the lead article of the journal which was subsequently published by Blackwell Publishing (2002) in a book series for new research, stressing considerations about philosophy.
Citation : Bynum, T.W. and Moor, J.H. (2002) Introduction to Cyberphilosophy. Metaphilosophy, 33(1&2), pp. 4-10.
ISSN : 1467-9973
Research Group : Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility