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Peter-Paul Verbeek is a professor of philosophy of technology in the Department of Philosophy at University of Twente, The Netherlands. He also holds the part-time Socrates chair at Delft University of Technology. Verbeek is chairman of the ‘Young Academy’, which is part of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences. He is also a member of the Dutch Council for the Humanities and of the board of the Society for Philosophy and Technology. Verbeek is an editor of Tijdschrift voor Filosofie and De Academische Boekengids, and a member of the editorial board of SATS. Journal for Northern Philosophy and of the scientific advisory board of Philosophy & Technology. Verbeeks research focuses on the social and cultural roles of technology and the ethical and anthropological aspects of human-technology relations. He recently published the book Moralizing Technology: Understanding and Designing the Morality of Things (University of Chicago Press, 2011), in which he analyzes the moral significance of technologies, and its implications for ethical theory and for design practices. He is also the author of What Things Do: Philosophical Reflections on Technology, Agency, and Design (Penn State University Press, 2005), which investigates how technologies mediate human actions and experiences, with applications to industrial design. He is co-editor of the volume User Behavior and Technology Design – Shaping Sustainable Relations between Consumers and Technologies (Springer, 2006) about the interaction between technology and behavior, and its relevance to technology design and environmental policy.