Dr. G.J.C. (Gert-Jan) Lokhorst

Profile

Gert-Jan Lokhorst studied medicine and philosophy at Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands (MMedSci 1980, MA 1985, PhD 1992). His publications span and link diverse areas including logic, artificial intelligence, philosophy of mind, philosophy of technology, and neuroethics; and he has lead a number of research projects in these areas in the Philosophy Department at Delft University of Technology.

Research

2007: research grant, Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). Title of project: "Neuroethics: moral, legal and philosophical aspects of neuroscience and neurotechnology."

Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Technology, and Ethics (faculties of Aerospace Engineering, Applied Sciences, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Materials Engineering, and Technology, Policy, and Management).

  • Neuroscience and human rights. Nova Acta Leopoldina, NF 119 (403): 103-105, 2014.
  • An intuitionistic reformulation of Mally's deontic logic. Journal of Philosophical Logic, 42: 635-641, 2013.
  • G.J.C. Lokhorst & M. J. van den Hoven. Responsibility for military robots. In P. Lin, K. Abney, & G. A. Bekey, eds., Robot Ethics: The Ethical and Social Implications of Robotics, pp. 145-156. The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2012.
  •  M. J. van den Hoven, G.J.C. Lokhorst, & I. van de Poel. Engineering and the problem of moral overload. Science and Engineering Ethics, pp. 1-13, 2011.
  •  Mens rea, logic and the brain. In Michael Freeman, ed., Law and Neuroscience (Current Legal Issues 2010 Volume 13), pp. 29-39. Oxford University Press, 2011.
  • Computational meta-ethics: Towards the meta-ethical robot. Minds and machines, 21: 261-274, 2011.
  • M. P. M. Franssen, G.J.C. Lokhorst, & I. van de Poel. Philosophy of technology. In Edward N. Zalta, ed., Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. The Metaphysics Research Lab at the Center for the Study of Language and Information, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 2009.
  • V. Wiegel, M. J. van den Hoven, & G.J.C. Lokhorst. Privacy, deontic epistemic action logic and software agents: An executable approach to modeling moral constraints in complex informational relationships. Ethics and Information Technology, 7 (4): 251-264, 2005.

Member of the editorial board (associate editor) of Neuroethics, ISSN: 1874-5490 (print version), ISSN: 1874-5504 (electronic version), Journal no. 12152, Springer Netherlands.

  • Logical Explorations in the Philosophy of Mind: Essays on Aristotle's Psychology, Wittgenstein's Tractatus, and Lévy-Bruhl's Logical Relativism. PhD thesis, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Rotterdam, 1992.
  • Ger Jochems. Gesprek met G.J.C. Lokhorst over neuroethiek, VPRO radio Noorderlicht, April 17, 2007.
  • Pia Dijkstra. Gesprek met G.J.C. Lokhorst over neuroethiek, AVRO Radio 1, March 27, 2007.

Gert-Jan Lokhorst

Researcher

Department:
Values, Technology and Innovation

Section:
Ethics/Philosophy of Technology

Secretary: 
Diana Droog 

Research interests:
Design for values
Neuroethics
Logic


Additional information

Dr. G.J.C. Lokhorst

publications
Publications in Pure
subjects
2006 - Philosophy, Technology Assessment and Ethics for CIE
2006 - Philosophy of Science and Argumentation Theory
2007 - Introduction to Philosophy of Technology
2009 - ICT Orientation 3
2009 - Philosophy of science and argumentation theory
2008 - ICT Orientation 3
2008 - Introduction to Philosophy of Technology
2010 - Philosophy of Science for Research Profile
2009 - Introduction to Philosophy of Technology
2010 - Philosophy of science and argumentation theory
2010 - ICT Orientation 3
2010 - Introduction to Philosophy of Technology
2011 - Philosophy of science and argumentation theory
2011 - Philosophy of Science for Research Profile
2011 - Critical Reflection on Technology
2014 - Technics and Responsability
2013 - Technics and Responsability
2012 - Critical Reflection on Technology
2015 - Academic development 1
2017 - Philosophy of engineering science and design
2016 - Philosophy of engineering science and design
ancillary activities
No secondary work -

2018-01-01 - 2020-01-01