Science, Art and Neuroethics

Transdisciplinary Collaborations to Foster Public Engagement

Research in the field of neurotechnology raises ethical and societal questions and thus represents a particular challenge for public engagement efforts. How should formats of public outreach be shaped to encourage public reflection on science? How can the one-way nature of communication between the expert and lay people be overcome?

The anthology introduces a special concept of public outreach relying on participatory events that create a productive overlap of the fields of science and art. The contributors from various disciplines discuss the relationship of both spheres, present current science/art initiatives and locate this transdisciplinary approach within the debate on public engagement theories and higher education policy specifications.

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2019-11-27, ca. 200 pages
ISBN: 978-3-8376-4176-9

This product will be released at 27 November 2019

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Book title
Science, Art and Neuroethics Transdisciplinary Collaborations to Foster Public Engagement
Publisher
transcript Verlag
Pages
ca. 200
Features
kart., Klebebindung
ISBN
978-3-8376-4176-9
Commodity Group
1521
BIC-Code
HP HPQ ABA
BISAC-Code
PHI000000 PHI005000 ART009000
THEMA-Code
QDT QDTQ ABA
Release date
2019-11-27
Edition
1
Topics
Technik, Wissenschaft, Zivilgesellschaft, Kunst, Ethik
Readership
Philosophy, Ethics, Neuroscience and Neurotechnology, Science and Technology Studies
Keywords/Tags
Science Communication, Public Engagement, Science and Art, Neurotechnology, Ethics, Transdisciplinarity, Neuroscience, Technology, Science, Philosophy of Technology, Theory of Art, Philosophy of Science, Philosophy

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