Pheade 2011 is just a dear memory


The PHEADE (Philosophy of Engineering and Artifact in the Digital Era) is a tradition. Between 13 th -16 th of october took place the 3rd International PHEADE Conference, in the Bucovina magical county of România.
But these beautifoul days of the conference are just a dear remember. We (the participants of these magic days of the third conference) must say thank you to our friend Viorel Guliciuc who manage to organize such a great philosophichal event.
“The PHEADE (Philosophy of Engineering and Artifact in the Digital Era) conferences becomes a tradition.
The SRFIT / ROSPHET (Romanian Society for Philosophy Engineering and Technoethics) board and the EPHES (Engineering Philosophy Ethics and Society) Research Center are proud to anounce the organization of the 3rd International PHEADE Conference, in the Bucovina magical county of România, between October 13 and 16 . The 2011 edition theme is From Natural to Artifacted. Trends and Challenges in the Philosophy of Information. This is also the theme of PNII-2011-WE-012, a grant of ANCS/UEFISCDI. The Philosophy of Information became one of the most dynamic philosophical approaches of the 21 century, because information “is a much cruder and morefundamental concept than that of knowledge on which philosophers have concentrated so much…” (Michael Dummett, 1993).”
http://www.pheade.ro/2011/
Here are the participants: http://www.pheade.ro/2011/participants

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