Vivir en la nueva era (时代・新生)

Tecnologías, creatividad y ciencia ficción



Palabras clave:

ficción científica, filosofía de la tecnología


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Biografía del autor/a

Nicola Liberati, Dept. Philosophy, School of Humanities, Shanghai Jiao Tong University (CN)

Maurizio Balistreri, Department of Philosophy and Educational Sciences, University of Turin, Italy

Associate Professor


Balistreri, M., Capranico, G., Galletti, M., Zullo, S. (2020). Biotecnologie. Modificazioni genetiche, Il Mulino, Bologna.

Balistreri, M. (2022). Il bambino migliore? Che cosa significa essere genitori responsabili al tempo del genome editing, Fandango, Roma.

Boer, Bas de, Hedwig te Molder, and Peter Paul Verbeek. (2021). “‘Braining’ Psychiatry: An Investigation into How Complexity Is Managed in the Practice of Neuropsychiatric Research.” BioSocieties, August, 1–24.

Bonfiglioli, Cristina Pontes. (2021). “Methodological Challenges for a New Philosophy of Technology Interview with Nicola Liberati.” Prometeica.

Liberati, Nicola. (2016). “Augmented Reality and Ubiquitous Computing: The Hidden Potentialities of Augmented Reality.” AI & SOCIETY 31 (1): 17–28.

Liberati, Nicola. (2022). “Digital Intimacy in China and Japan: A Phenomenological and Postphenomenological Perspective on Love Relationships at the Time of Digital Technologies in China and Japan.” Human Studies Forthcoming: 1–15.

Liberati, Nicola, and Jiaying Chen. (2022). “Preliminaries to ‘Digital Intimacy’ The Exploration of the Changes in Values and Meanings of Intimacy in the Digital Age.” BAU - Container of Contemporary Culture 26: 10–12.

Michaud, Thomas. (2017). Innovation, Between Science and Science Fiction. Innovation, Between Science and Science Fiction. Hoboken, NJ, USA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Mykhailov, Dmytro, and Nicola Liberati. (2022). “A Study of Technological Intentionality in C++ and Generative Adversarial Model: Phenomenological and Postphenomenological Perspectives.” Foundations of Science, March, 1–17.

Shaw, Sara E., Gemma Hughes, Sue Hinder, Stephany Carolan, and Trisha Greenhalgh. (2020). “Care Organising Technologies and the Post-Phenomenology of Care: An Ethnographic Case Study.” Social Science and Medicine 255 (June).

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Wellner, Galit. (2022). “Digital Imagination: Ihde’s and Stiegler’s Concepts of Imagination.” Foundations of Science 27 (1): 189–204.

Xiao, Xi, and Honghua Men. (2021). “China’s New Era: The Unprecedented Changes Unseen in a Hundred Years and an Important Period of Strategic Opportunity for China.” In , 1–20. Springer, Singapore.

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Zaidi, Leah. (2019). “Worldbuilding in Science Fiction, Foresight and Design.” Journal of Futures Studies 23 (4).



Cómo citar

Liberati, N., & Balistreri, M. . (2022). Vivir en la nueva era (时代・新生): Tecnologías, creatividad y ciencia ficción. Prometeica - Revista De Filosofía Y Ciencias, (Especial), 5–10.
Recebió: 2022-08-09
Aceptado: 2022-08-09
Publicado: 2022-08-11