This Week on Philosophy Talk
The Deep Dive
Lights... Camera... Philosophy! After a few years of hiatus, our special episode highlighting some of the most philosophical movies of the year is coming back. The Fifth (Mostly) Annual Dionysus Awards will air the week of February 18 − and we want to hear from you. What movies of the past year made you challenge your assumptions and think about things in new ways?
CEMEX Auditorium at Stanford University
Tuesday, February 27, 2018 -- 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Monstrous Technologies?—Philosophy Talk Live with Guest Persis Drell
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Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein raises powerful questions about the responsibilities of scientists to consider the impact of their inventions on the world. Are these questions as relevant now as they were 200 years ago? What insights, if any, should today’s technologists and disrupters glean from Shelley's story? What does it mean to take responsibility for one’s scientific or technological innovations? And what role should university educators play in ensuring that no new monsters are unleashed onto the world?
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