I am an assistant professor in the philosophy section. My research focus on how technologies shape our understanding and experience of our selves and the world we live in, with a specific focus on technologies in healthcare. My research interests are in philosophy of science, philosophy of medicine, and (post)phenomenology of technology
Arts & Humanities
# Brain Imaging # Mediation # Postphenomenology # Scientific Instruments # Scientific Practice
Medicine & Life Sciences
# Machine Learning # Neuroimaging # Technology
Lemke, M. , & de Boer, B. (2022). Setting the Stage: Disgust as an Aesthetic Food Experience. Design issues, 38(3), 20-33. https://doi.org/10.1162/desi_a_00689
de Boer, B. , & Verbeek, P. P. (2022). Living in the Flesh: Technologically Mediated Chiasmic Relationships (in Times of a Pandemic). Human studies, 45(2), 189-208. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10746-022-09625-7
de Boer, B. (2021). How Scientific Instruments Speak: Postphenomenology and Technological Mediations in Neuroscientific Practice. Rowman & Littlefield.
de Boer, B., & Lemke, M. (2021). Bringing disgust in through the backdoor in healthy food promotion: a phenomenological perspective. Medicine, health care and philosophy, 24(4), 731-743. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11019-021-10037-0
de Boer, B. , & Kudina, O. (2021). What is morally at stake when using algorithms to make medical diagnoses? Expanding the discussion beyond risks and harms. Theoretical medicine and bioethics, 42(5-6), 245-266. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11017-021-09553-0
de Boer, B. S. O. M. , & Verbeek, P-P. (2021). Living in the flesh: Technologically mediated chiasmic relations in times of a pandemic. Abstract from 22nd International Conference of the Society for Philosophy of Technology, SPT 2021, Lille, France.
Kudina, O. , & de Boer, B. (2021). Co-designing diagnosis: Towards a responsible integration of Machine Learning decision-support systems in medical diagnostics. Journal of evaluation in clinical practice, 27(3), 529-536. https://doi.org/10.1111/jep.13535
de Boer, B. , te Molder, H. , & Verbeek, P. P. (2021). Understanding science-in-the-making by letting scientific instruments speak: From semiotics to postphenomenology. Social studies of science, 51(3), 392-413. https://doi.org/10.1177/0306312720981600
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