Research Publications for Daniel M (Dan) Weijers
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Weijers, D., & Munn, N. (2021). Human-AI friendship: Rejecting the ‘appropriate sentimentality’ criterion. In PT-AI 2021 - 4th Conference on “Philosophy and Theory of Artificial Intelligence”.
Weijers, D., & Jarden, A. (2021). The International Journal of Wellbeing: Ten years on and the next ten years. International Journal of Wellbeing, 11(1), 1-7. doi:10.5502/ijw.v11i1.1577
Joshanloo, M., Weijers, D., & Bond, M. (2021). Cultural religiosity moderates the relationship between perceived societal injustice and satisfaction with one's life. Personality and Individual Differences, 179(110891). doi:10.1016/j.paid.2021.110891
Munn, N., & Weijers, D. (2021). Love and sex with droids: “How would that work?” “It works.”. In Philosophy Programme Seminar Series, University of Waikato.
Weijers, D., & Mukherje, U. (2021). Living standards, wellbeing, and Public Policy. In LACEA-LAMES annual meeting. Bogotá, Colombia (and online).
Weijers, D. (2021). Don't miss the well-being train: a radical proposal for revolution in positive psychology. Frontiers in Psychology, 12. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.794065
Buscicchi, L., & Weijers, D. (2021). What is pleasure? From feeling to attitude and back. In 2021 Australasian Association of Philosophy Conference. Online.
Munn, N., & Weijers, D. (2021). Friendships with AI: Technological imaginary or real possibility?. In The Society for Philosophy and Technology Conference: SPT 2021 - Technological Imaginaries. Conference held at Lille, France, and online.
Weijers, D., Munn, N., & Buscicchi, L. (2021). Happy Endings: Does size or shape matter most?. Retrieved from https://daily-philosophy.com/happy-endings/
Weijers, D. (2021). Nutritious Food and Water: The best goods for wellbeing?. In International Conference on “Water, Food and Nutrition Security for Health and Wellbeing”. Conference held at the University of Delhi, India (and online).