Taylor Stone
Taylor Stone
Postdoctoral Researcher, Institute of Science and Ethics, University of Bonn
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The value of darkness: A moral framework for urban nighttime lighting
T Stone
Science and engineering ethics 24, 607-628, 2018
Light pollution: A case study in framing an environmental problem
T Stone
Ethics, Policy & Environment 20 (3), 279-293, 2017
Re-envisioning the nocturnal sublime: On the ethics and aesthetics of nighttime lighting
T Stone
Topoi 40 (2), 481-491, 2021
Driving in the dark: designing autonomous vehicles for reducing light pollution
T Stone, F Santoni de Sio, PE Vermaas
Science and engineering ethics 26, 387-403, 2020
Technology and the city: Towards a philosophy of urban technologies
M Nagenborg, T Stone, MG Woge, PE Vermaas
Springer Nature, 2021
Design for values and the city
T Stone
Journal of Responsible Innovation 8 (3), 364-381, 2021
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
Designing for darkness: Urban nighttime lighting and environmental values
T Stone
Simon Stevin Series in the Ethics and Technology 16, 2019
Led lighting across Borders. Exploring the plea for darkness and value-sensitive design with Libbrecht’s comparative philosophy model
E Janssens, T Stone, X Yu, G Bombaerts
Energy justice across borders, 195-216, 2020
Exploring wilderness characteristics using explainable machine learning in satellite imagery
TT Stomberg, T Stone, J Leonhardt, I Weber, R Roscher
arXiv preprint arXiv:2203.00379, 2022
Before responsible innovation: Teaching anticipation as a competency for engineers
TW Stone, L Marin, JB Van Grunsven
Engaging engineering education: Proceedings of the 48th annual SEFI …, 2020
Legibility as a design principle: Surfacing values in sensing technologies
H Robbins, T Stone, J Bolte, J van den Hoven
Science, Technology, & Human Values 46 (5), 1104-1135, 2021
Towards a Darker Future? Designing Environmental Values into the Next Generation of Streetlights
T Stone
Technology and the City: Towards a Philosophy of Urban Technologies, 201-223, 2021
Reimagining the future of engineering
N Doorn, DP Michelfelder, E Barrella, T Bristol, F Dechesne, A Fritzsche, ...
The Routledge handbook of the philosophy of engineering, 736-744, 2020
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
Exploring Wilderness Using Explainable Machine Learning in Satellite Imagery.
TT Stomberg, T Stone, J Leonhardt, R Roscher
arXiv preprint arXiv:2203.00379, 2022
Dark Acupuncture: A Design Strategy for Sustainable Lighting
T Stone, I Dijkstra, T Danielse
International Journal of Sustainable Lighting 23 (2), 70-87, 2021
Think About Thinking About Light: A Phenomenological Investigation of Lighting in Built Environments
T Stone
Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, 2011
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, 1-16, 2023
How Engineers Can Care from a Distance: Promoting Moral Sensitivity in Engineering Ethics Education
JB Van Grunsven, L Marin, T Stone, N Doorn, S Roeser
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