Lavinia Marin
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Three contextual dimensions of information on social media: lessons learned from the COVID-19 infodemic
L Marin
Ethics and Information Technology 23 (1), 79-86, 2021
Sharing (mis) information on social networking sites. An exploration of the norms for distributing content authored by others
L Marin
Ethics and Information Technology 23 (3), 363–372, 2021
On the Possibility of a Digital University. Thinking and Mediatic Displacement at the University
L Marin
978-3-030-65975-2, 2021
Page, text and screen in the university: Revisiting the Illich hypothesis
L Marin, J Masschelein, M Simons
Educational Philosophy and Theory 50 (1), 49-60, 2018
How to teach engineering ethics?: A retrospective and prospective sketch of TU Delft’s approach to engineering ethics education
JB van Grunsven, L Marin, TW Stone, S Roeser, N Doorn
Enactive Principles for the Ethics of User Interactions on Social Media: How to Overcome Systematic Misunderstandings Through Shared Meaning-Making
L Marin
Topoi 41 (2), 425-437, 2022
Emotions and Digital Well-being. The rationalistic bias of social media design in online deliberations
L Marin, S Roeser
Ethics of Digital Well-Being. A Multidisciplinary Approach 140, 139-150, 2020
Self-trust and critical thinking online: a relational account
L Marin, SM Copeland
Social Epistemology, 2022
Feeling and thinking on social media: emotions, affective scaffolding, and critical thinking
S Steinert, L Marin, S Roeser
Inquiry, 1-28, 2022
‘Why aren’t you taking any notes?’On note-taking as a collective gesture
L Marin, S Sturm
Educational Philosophy and Theory 53 (13), 1399-1406, 2021
Technology as driver for morally motivated conceptual engineering
H Veluwenkamp, M Capasso, J Maas, L Marin
Philosophy & Technology 35 (3), 71, 2022
University lecturing as a technique of collective imagination: On seeing things as if they had taken a bodily form
L Marin
Post-critical Perspectives on Higher Education: Reclaiming the Educational …, 2020
Attention as Practice: Buddhist Ethics Responses to Persuasive Technologies
G Bombaerts, J Anderson, M Dennis, A Gerola, L Frank, T Hannes, ...
Global Philosophy 33 (2), 25, 2023
Twisted thinking: Technology, values and critical thinking
L Marin, S Steinert
Prometheus. Critical Studies in Innovation 38 (1), 2022
How to Do Things with Information Online. A Conceptual Framework for Evaluating Social Networking Platforms as Epistemic Environments
L Marin
Philosophy & Technology 35 (3), 77, 2022
Ethical reflection or critical thinking? Overlapping competencies in engineering ethics education
L Marin
Engaging engineering education: Book of abstracts, SEFI, 48th annual …, 2020
From the Textual to the Digital University. A philosophical investigation of the mediatic conditions for university thinking
L Marin
Fostering responsible anticipation in engineering ethics education: how a multi-disciplinary enrichment of the responsible innovation framework can help
J van Grunsven, T Stone, L Marin
European journal of engineering education 49 (2), 283-298, 2024
The moral source of collective irrationality during COVID-19 vaccination campaigns
C Voinea, L Marin, C Vică
Philosophical Psychology 36 (5), 949-968, 2023
How Engineers Can Care from a Distance
J Van Grunsven, L Marin, T Stone, S Roeser, N Doorn
Thinking Through Science and Technology: Philosophy, Religion, and Politics …, 2023
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