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I actually just discovered this thread and thought I would respond, seeing as I have recently published an article in the journal Philosophy & Technology on "Experimental Philosophy of Technology," which seems to be very close to what you're looking for. I basically develop a research program that takes an experimental philosophical approach to ...


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According to reference here: Aristotle considers poiesis as an imitation of physis. In short, the form or idea, which precedes the physis, contrasts with the living, which is the innate principle or form of self-motion. In other words, the technomorphic paradigm contrasts with the biomorphic; the theory of nature as a whole with the theory of the living ...


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