Digital Humanism: Nida-Rümelin on philosophical foundations

Julian Nida-Rümelin, philosopher and political theorist at the LMU (University of Munich), author of Digitaler Humanismus 2018 together with his wife, literary scholar and film theorist Nathalie Weidenfeld, is the speaker at the next DigHum Lectures on 15 December 2020, 17:00 – 18:00 CET. He will provide us with an introduction to Philosophical Foundations of Digital Humanism, in particular, he will focus on human authorship.

As always, the talk will be live streamed and recorded under that link. The talk will be moderated by Edward A. Lee from University of California, Berkeley.

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