Research Publications for Daniel M (Dan) Weijers

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  • DiSilvestro, R., Weijers, D., & Williams, N. (2019). How AI might help us die with dignity and fairness?. In 10th Workshop in Decisions, Games, and Logic: “Ethics, Statistics, and Fair AI”. Caltech, Pasadena, United States.

  • Joshanloo, M., & Weijers, D. (2019). A two-dimensional conceptual framework for understanding mental well-being. PLoS ONE, 14(3), 1-20. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0214045

  • Weijers, D. (2019). There's no place like home: Is our preference for familiar surroundings a bias?. In 36th International Social Philosophy Conference. Home Sanctuary, Shelter, and Justice. Conference held at University of San Francisco, California, USA.

  • Joshanloo, M., & Weijers, D. (2019). Islamic perspectives on wellbeing. In L. Lambert, & N. Pasha-Zaidi (Eds.), Positive Psychology in the Middle East/North Africa (pp. 237-256). Springer.

  • Weijers, D., & Jarden, A. (2019). Wellbeing and Public Policy in New Zealand. In 6th World Congress on Positive Psychology. Conference held at Melbourne, Australia.

  • Weijers, D., & Nicholls, G. (2018). Nozick's experience machine thought experiment has many problems, but the freebie problem ain't one of ‘em. In Philosophy Seminar Series, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.

  • Weijers, D. (2018). The politics and public policies I hope for. In 3rd International Conference on Wellbeing and Public Policy. Conference held at Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand. Retrieved from https://www.dropbox.com/

  • Weijers, D. (2018). “Just wrong,” “disgusting,” “grotesque,” “offensive”: How to deal with public rejection of new potentially life-saving technologies. In The Waikato Dialogue: The Implications of Emerging Disruptive Technologies for International Security and New Zealand. Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Weijers, D. M. (2018). A puzzle about privileging our future hedonic states. In Whole Lives, Time, and Selfhood. Conference held at Deakin University, Australia.

  • Weijers, D. (2018). The freebie problem: A pervasive flaw in how we work out what has value. In Philosophy Research Seminar Series, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.

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