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Publications

Given that the RCPS places itself directly on the intersection between philosophy and society, we explicitly attach importance to the quality of work over quantitative results. We also particularly attach great value to the societal impact and contribution of our work. In terms of publications, this means that our members publish both peer reviewed academic journals, books and monographs but also actively contribute to public opinion pieces, policy rapports and other more public outlets. A selection of recent publications (ordered alphabetically on members’ last names) include:

Becker, M. (2022) Information and Human Behavior in Times of Covid-19’. In: Pegan Mosley (ed.) Corona Phenomenon, Philosophical Questions. Leiden: Brill, pp.270-277

Becker, M. (2021) Wet en willekeur, in: Ronald Tinnevelt (ed.) Literatuur en Recht. Wolters Kluwer, 2021, pp. 79-90.

Becker, M. (2022) Menselijke verantwoordelijkheid en algoritmische

beslissingen. Speling, Tijdschrift voor bezinning 74, 2, pp. 18-24.

Becker, M. (2021) Ethiek voor juristen. Amsterdam: Boom

Becker, M. (2019) Privacy in the digital age: comparing and contrasting individual versus social approaches towards privacy. Ethics and Information Technology, 21(4), 307-317

Davidson, M. D. (2021). Humanism and Sustainable Development. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology 25 (3), 183-205.

Davidson, M. D. (2021). How Fairness Principles in the Climate Debate Relate to Theories of Distributive Justice. Sustainability 13 (13), 7302

Davidson, M.D. (2021). Verdelende rechtvaardigheid in het klimaatbeleid. Working Paper 49. Wetenschappelijke Raad voor het regeringsbeleid, Den Haag.

Davidson, M. D. (2013). On the relation between ecosystem services, intrinsic value, existence value and economic valuation. Ecological Economics, 95, 171-177.

Davidson, M. D. (2012). Distributive justice in the international regulation of global ecosystem services. Global Environmental Change, 22(4), 852-861.

Davidson, M. D. (2008). Wrongful harm to future generations: the case of climate change. Environmental values 17(4), 471-488.

Linssen, J.A.A. (2021) Hebzucht als oorzaak van de armoede: Tocqueville over het pauperisme, blog op website Tocqueville, religie en politiek (https://www.ru.nl/tocqueville/blog/blog/0/hebzucht-oorzaak-armoede-tocqueville-pauperisme/).

Linssen, J.A.A. (2020) Hebzucht. Over de normalisering van een exces, in: Tijdschrift over Cultuur & Criminaliteit (10)1, p. 55-64.

Linssen, J.A.A. (2019) Hebzucht. Een filosofische geschiedenis van de inhaligheid, Nijmegen: Vantilt, 340 p.

Matthies-Boon, Vivienne (2022, forthcoming) “Breaking Intersubjectivity: Counter-Revolutionary Trauma in Egypt”, London: Rowman & Littlefield

de Groot, Raoul; Ipenburg, Nienke; Matthies-Boon, Vivienne; Mooy, Ginny;  Mulder, Bert; Over, Myrna; van Zelst, Marino; van Flier, Valerie; Hilgersom, Annelies; Toorians-Kuijntjes, Sandra; Tromp, Nicole; de Bock, Rien and van Rees Vellinga, Tjalco (2022) Uit Isolatie: Samenleven ondanks Corona, 15 juni 2022, available at: https://www.ginnymooy.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/Uit-isolatie-_-Samenleven-ondanks-corona-Verdieping.pdf.

de Groot, Raoul; Ipenburg, Nienke; Matthies-Boon, Vivienne; Mooy, Ginny;  Mulder, Bert; Over, Myrna; van Zelst, Marino; van Flier, Valerie; Hilgersom, Annelies; Toorians-Kuijntjes, Sandra; Tromp, Nicole; de Bock, Rien and van Rees Vellinga, Tjalco (2022) Uit Isolatie: Samenleven ondanks Corona - Concreet, 15 juni 2022, available at: https://www.ginnymooy.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/Uit-isolatie-_-Concreet-samenvatting.pdf

Matthies-Boon, Vivienne (2018) Injustice turned inward? Continuous Traumatic Stress and Social Polarization in Egypt, Middle East Arguments and Topics, Special Issue: Trauma, Vol 11, 2018, p89-98

Matthies-Boon, Vivienne (2018) Anti-thesis: Towards a Critical Trauma Studies: A Reply to Felix Lang, Middle East Arguments and Topics, Special Issue: Trauma, Vol 11, 2018, 27-30

Matthies-Boon, Vivienne and Head, Naomi (2018) Trauma as Counter-Revolutionary Colonisation: Narratives from (Post)Revolutionary Egypt, Journal of International Political Theory, 14/3, p258-279 DOI: 10.1177/1755088217748970

Matthies-Boon, Vivienne (2017) ‘Shattered Worlds: Political Trauma Amongst Activists in Post-Revolutionary Egypt’, Journal of North African Studies, 22:4, 620-644 - http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13629387.2017.1295855

Schor, P. (2020) Fencing the Black Body Within: The Blackface Debate in the Netherlands. darkmatter: in the ruins of imperial culture 15 ((De-)Facing the dark face of Europe), edited by Noémi Michel and Bel Parnell-Berry. (peer-reviewed)

Schor, P. (2019) Racismo: Incitação ao Discurso e Economia do Conhecimento em Certas Geografias da Diáspora Africana. [Racism: Incitement to Discourse and the Economy of Knowledge in Certain Geographies of the African Diaspora]. Portuguese Literary & Cultural Studies 32 (Luso-American Literatures and Cultures Today), edited by Christopher Larkosh, Maggie Felisberto, Jo-Anne Ferreira and Emanuel da Silva: 193-200.

Martina, Egbert Alejandro and Patricia Schor. (2018) White Order, Corporate Capital and Control of Mobility in the Netherlands. In Smash the Pillars: Decoloniality and the Imaginary of Color in the Dutch Kingdom, edited by Melissa F. Weiner and Antonio C. Baez, 149-160. New York: Lexington Books. (peer-reviewed)

Schor, Patricia and Egbert Alejandro Martina. (2018) Claiming Greyness: Dutch Coloniality Against Polarisation. In Postcolonial Europe: Comparative Reflections after the Empires, edited by Lars Jensen, Julia Suárez-Krabbe, Christian G.-Green and Zoran L. Pecic, 75-90. London: Rowman & Littlefield. (peer-reviewed)

Swierstra, T., Lemmens, P., Sharon T., Vermaas, P. (2022) (eds.) The Technical Condition: The Entanglement of Technology, Culture and Society. Amsterdam: Boom.

Sharon, T. (2020) Ontwrichte zorg: Over het verlies van publieke waarden in de strijd om betere (digitale) gezondheid / Health Disrupted: On the Loss of Public Values in the Stride Towards Better (Digital) Health. 8th Els Borst Lecture. The Hague: Centrum voor Ethiek en Gezondheid. https://www.ceg.nl/els-borst-lezing/documenten/publicaties/2020/11/25/els-borst-lecture---health-disrupted

Siffels, L., T. Sharon and A. Hoffman (2021). The participatory turn in health and medicine: The rise of the civic and the need to ‘give back’ in data-intensive medical research. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41599-021-00979-4

Sharon, T. (2021) From hostile worlds to multiple spheres: towards a normative pragmatics of justice for the Googlization of health. Medicine, Healthcare and Philosophy. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11019-021-10006-7

Lucivero, F., L. Marelli, N. Hengel, B. Zimmerman, B. Prainsack, I. Galasso, R. Horn, K. Kieslich, M. Lanzing, E. Lievevrouw, F. Ongolly, G. Samuel, T. Sharon, L. Siffels, E. Stendhal and I. Van Hoyweghen (2021) Normative positions towards COVID-19 contact-tracing apps: Findings from a large-scale qualitative study in nine European countries. Critical Public Health. https://doi.org/10.1080/09581596.2021.1925634

Sharon, T. and B.J. Koops (2021) The ethics of inattention: Revitalising civil inattention as a privacy-protecting mechanism in public spaces. Ethics and Information Technology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10676-020-09575-7

Hoffman, A.S., B. Jacobs, B. van Gastel, H. Schraffenberger, T. Sharon, and B. Pas (2020) “Towards a Seamful Ethics of Covid-19 Contact Tracing Apps?” Ethics and Information Technology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10676-020-09559-7

Sharon, T. (2020) Blind-sided by privacy? Digital Contact Tracing, the Apple/Google API and Big Tech’s Newfound Role as Global Health Policy Makers. Ethics and Information Technology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10676-020-09547-x.

Sharon, T. (2018) When digital health meets digital capitalism, how many common goods are at stake? Big Data & Society 5(2). https://doi.org/10.1177/2053951718819032.

Sharon, T. (2017) Self-tracking for health and the Quantified Self: Re-articulating autonomy, solidarity and authenticity in an age of personalized healthcare. Philosophy & Technology 30(1): 93-121.

Sharon, T. and Zandbergen, D. (2017) From data fetishism to quantifying selves: Self-tracking practices and the other values of data. New Media & Society 19(11): 1695-1709.

Sterk, G. (2021) We need to talk about race, but speak different languages. In : Yearbook of Women’s History 40: Living Concepts. 40 Years of Engaging Gender and History. Verloren publishers, Hilversum.

Marelli, L., Stevens, M and Sharon, T. (2022). Feedback on the European Health Data Space proposal. https://ec.europa.eu/info/law/better-regulation/have-your-say/initiatives/12663-Digital-health-data-and-services-the-European-health-data-space/F3328903_en.

Stevens, M., Wehrens, R., Kostenzer, J., Weggelaar-Janssen, A. and De Bont, A. (2022) Why Personal Dreams Matter: How professionals affectively engage with promises surrounding big data in European healthcare. Big Data & Society 9(1): 1-13.

Stevens, M., Van Gastel, B., Hoffman, A., Siffels, L., Sharon, T.(2022). Sphere Transgression Watch. www.sphere-transgression-watch.org(public database)

Wehrens, R., Stevens, M., Kostenzer, J., Weggelaar-Janssen, A. and De Bont, A. (2021). Ethics as discursive work: the role of ethical framing in the promissory future of data-driven healthcare technologies. Science, Technology & Human Values, 1-29.

Stevens, M. (2021) Dreaming with data: assembling responsible knowledge practices in data-driven healthcare. Erasmus University Rotterdam. Prom./coprom.: A. de Bont & R. Wehrens.

Stevens, M., Wehrens, R. and De Bont, A. (2020). Epistemic Virtues and Data Driven-dreams: on sameness and difference between data science and psychiatry. Social Science and Medicine 258(113116) : 1-8.

Wehrens, R., Stevens, M. and De Bont, A. (2019). De ethische framing van big data in de zorg. Podium voor Bioethiek 26(4): 6-9.

Van de Sande, M. (2023). Prefigurative Democracy: Protest, Social Movements and the Political Institution of Society. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2023 (in press). Volledige tekst

Van de Sande M. (2020). They Don't Represent Us? Synecdochal Representation and the Politics of Occupy Movements. Constellations 27:3 (2020): 177-194. Volledige tekst

Disch, L., M. van de Sande, and N. Urbinati (eds.) (2019). The Constructivist Turn in Political Representation. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Volledige tekst

Van de Sande M. (2015). “Fighting with Tools: Prefiguration and Radical Politics in the Twenty-First Century.” Rethinking Marxism, 27: 177-194. Volledige tekst

Van de Sande M. (2013) “The Prefigurative Politics of Tahrir Square – An Alternative Perspective on the 2011 Revolutions.” Res Publica, a Journal of Moral, Legal and Social Philosophy, 19: 223-239. Volledige tekst