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Speaking after the phenomenon: the promise of things and the future of phenomenology
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2017-01-17)
Phenomenology speaks not directly of phenomena but rather of the appearing of phenomena. In so speaking it moves from the level of things with generic or proper names to the level of universal terms. In speaking and ...
Algorithms, social media and mental health
(Society for Computers and Law, 2016-09-28)
Algorithmic identification of mental health characteristics is feasible on the basis of easily available information on social media. Such information can be extracted by algorithmic methods from publicly available ...
Technologies to support community-dwelling persons with dementia: a position paper on issues regarding development, usability, effectiveness and cost-effectiveness, deployment, and ethics
(JMIR Publications, 2017-01-16)
Background: With the expected increase in the numbers of persons with dementia, providing timely, adequate, and affordable care and support is challenging. Assistive and health technologies may be a valuable contribution ...
Humanitarianisms in context
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2016-03-16)
This introduction describes the rapidly expanding history of non-state humanitarianism in terms of three themes. First, it argues that we should think about humanitarianism less in terms of ruptures or breaks, and focus ...
Dialogue, ethics, and the aesthetic worth of life
(The Faculty of Letters, The University of Tokyo, 2014)
The ones who dictate and act for their own survival regardless of the existence of otherness soon realize, often too late, that there cannot be such a survival. To realize this is simply to understand the nature of the ...