Announcing the Publication of Borderless Philosophy 7 (2024), Special Topic Issue: “The Critical Philosophy of Digital Technology”

Mr Nemo
3 min readMay 20, 2024

By BP Editorial Team


Borderless Philosophy 7 (2024)

SPECIAL TOPIC ISSUE: “The Critical Philosophy of Digital Technology”

More specifically, by “the critical philosophy of digital technology,” we mean philosophical investigation into the nature, scope, implications, and limits of digital technology — especially including “artificial intelligence,” aka AI — from a logico-semantic, metaphysical, cognitive/epistemic, moral, &/or sociopolitical point of view.


1. BP Editorial Team and ChatGPT3.5, “ChatGPT on The Critical Philosophy of Digital Technology, and Four Critical Responses,” 1–34:

2. Robert Hanna (Independent, USA), “The Myth of AI, Existential Threat, Why The Myth Persists, and What is to be Done About It,” 35–61:

3. Andreas Keller (Independent, DE), “Intelligence and Paraintelligence,” 62–108:

4. Paul Miklowitz (California Polytechnic State University, USA), “Our Minds, Our Selves: Mind, Meaning, and Machines,” 109–131:

5. Otto Paans (Independent, NL), “Digital Positivism, Disembodiment, and Anti-Existentialism,” 132–170:

6. George Saad (Memorial University, CA), “Against AI Ableism: On “Optimal” Machines and “Disabled” Human Beings,” 171–190:



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Publisher & Organization: Robert Hanna, Borderless Philosophy (BP) & Contemporary Studies in Kantian Philosophy (CSKP)

Place of Publication: USA

ISSN: 2992–9997



Mr Nemo

Formerly Captain Nemo. A not-so-very-angry, but still unemployed, full-time philosopher-nobody.